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Anglo-American relations

A recent British ambassador to Washington takes a generous-spirited but clear-eyed look at the document that, as he points out, owes its existence to King George III

The guest at the British Embassy in Washington, D.C., leaves his car and is ushered through a comparatively modest, low-ceilinged entrance hall. Read more >>

Two adroit diplomats successfully prevented an open breach between London and Washington during the Civil War

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