Across the pond and closer than ever: How Barack Obama can work with ally UK

Thursday, November 06, 2008

British Prime Minister Tony Blair's reputation suffered greatly from his cooperation with U.S. foreign policy during the terrifically unpopular war in Iraq. Prime Minister Gordon Brown's first act in office was to make a statement distancing himself from the policies of President George W. Bush. Now, as Senator Barack Obama ascends to the presidency, the UK has made a quick turn to align itself with America once more.


Paddy O'Connell

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