British-US Relations

By Michael Howard Mr. Michael Howard (Folkestone and Hythe): I am grateful for this opportunity to speak. I do so from the Back Benches; the policy of Her Majesty’s Loyal Opposition will be explained in some detail by my hon. Friend the Member for Rutland and Melton (Mr. Duncan). I hope that there will not […]

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Remarks to the Atlantic Council’s Seminar for the European/NATO Parliamentary Assembly Members at the National Defense University, Washington, D.C.

By Doug Bereuter Good afternoon. The following are headlines in recent American and European news articles about the European-American relationship: “U.S. Allies Chafe at ‘Cleanup’ Role” (International Herald Tribune of 11/26/01) “The War on Terror Finds Wary Support in France” (International Herald Tribune of 10/4/01) “Bush Warning to Allies Grates on European Nerves” (International Herald […]

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Keep Britain competitive

By Michael Howard Economic prospects are uncertain. The best insurance policy is a business-friendly environment. We cannot yet quantify the cost to our economy of the events of September 11. But while they have added a new dimension to the uncertainty about prospects for the UK economy, those prospects were far from clear on September […]

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