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Brexit Britain And Trump America: A New "Special Relationship"?

Authored by Henrik Choy via NationalInterest.org, Can common enemies and threats keep Britain and the United States together for decades to come? British prime minister Theresa May’s narrow victory in the 2017 general election has earned her the reputation of a “dead woman walking,” given that her failure to win a Conservative majority in the House of Commons has drastically slimmed her chances of executing her party’s manifesto.
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