Special Relationship

'The Special Relationship' between Britain and America, the original and modified versions. Original version was developed by Prime Minister Winston Churchill and President Franklin D. Roosevelt in the 40s, working together to address the challenges relating to WW2, as in dear friends discussing together in a partnership and projecting that ethos to the people. The modified Special Relationship worked out between Prime Minister Tony Blair and President George W. Bush in 2001, to address issues post September the 11th, with Britain playing a sycophant role to the American leadership role. The first method of special relationship proved more effective and beneficial to both countries.

Photographer: Illustration: Richard Keith Wolff

Special Relationship

'The Special Relationship' between Britain and America, the original and modified versions. Original version was developed by Prime Minister Winston Churchill and President Franklin D. Roosevelt in the 40s, working together to address the challenges relating to WW2, as in dear friends discussing together in a partnership and projecting that ethos to the people. The modified Special Relationship worked out between Prime Minister Tony Blair and President George W. Bush in 2001, to address issues post September the 11th, with Britain playing a sycophant role to the American leadership role. The first method of special relationship proved more effective and beneficial to both countries.

Photographer: Illustration: Richard Keith Wolff