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How 'Special' is the Anglo-American Special Relationship?

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The idea that Anglo-American relations are “special” is usually associated with Winston Churchill, and this “specialness” has been claimed and declaimed ever since his time. Does this relationship really exist? If so, how do we know, how did it become possible and what effects does it have? This talk begins to address these questions through an analysis of U.S.-led “coalitions of the willing.”

Bio: Srdjan Vucetic is the Randall Dillard Research Fellow in International Studies at Pembroke College. He specializes in international security, identity politics and American foreign policy. He received his PhD from Ohio State University in 2008, holds an MA in Political Science from York University, and received a BA (Hon.) in International Relations from the University of Toronto. His articles have appeared in a number of international journals, including Human Rights, Canadian Foreign Policy, Spaces of Identity, and South East European Politics.

This talk is part of the Pembroke Papers, Pembroke College series.

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