Thursday, May 08, 2003
A Critical Atlanticist - 8th May 2003, 23.54

Malcolm Rifkind, advises Blair, in the Spectator that a critical friend is better than a camp follower.

British interests are best served by a close relationship with the United States, but Blair has yet to learn that unqualified endorsement of US policy is a bridge too far.

Rifkind argues that the future of NATO as a military alliance depends upon the continued presence of US troops in Europe.


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