John Hulsman, the German-based political risk analyst has an interesting piece in City AM on how the US-UK relationship may be evolving.
Writing in City A.M., John argues that the British Parliament’s refusal to endorse David cameron’s participation in a US-led air strike on Syria might be the beginning of a more sustainable, and fruitful, relationship between the two old allies. “Friends don’t let friends drive drunk. Far from being the end, the British “no” over Syria offers a better model, where Britain, by not coming along as expected, forced America to think again. Now that’s influence.”
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