Susan O’Keeffe: The US-UK special relationship has changed utterly
Joe Biden’s push to issue a diplomatic démarche shows Boris Johnson that the Trump era is very much over
Sir David Frost, the UK’s anointed negotiator with the EU in a post-Brexit world, must be one of the few people at the G7 Summit in Cornwall wishing that former President Trump was still in the White House. After all, Trump didn’t care about Ireland and he knew little or nothing about Northern Ireland, not to mind something called a protocol or a legally binding international treaty called the Good Friday Agreement....
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Marion McKeone: Normal service resumes as Biden uses G7 summit to reboot American diplomacy
The power summit in Cornwall was once more mainly about optics. But this time the seven world leaders were determined to relay a message of renewed cooperation after a nerve-shredding four years in Trump’s orbit
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