Counsel to Britain

Black, Conrad
September 2003
National Interest;Fall2003, Issue 73, p71
Expresses an opinion on the military power of the U.S., its relationship with Great Britain and its approach to global order in the aftermath of the Iraq war. Extent of the U.S. military power after its war with Iraq; Views on the foreign policy of the U.S.; Unique quality of the relations between the U.S. and Great Britain.


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