What's Next for the 'Special Relationship?'

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Britain's new Prime Minister Gordon Brown has been portrayed as a big change from Tony Blair, especially on Iraq and the war on terror. But today at Camp David, Brown and President Bush filled the air with compliments. Each called the other his country's most important ally. We hear their public comments about the "historic partnership," and look at what their real differences might be. Can Brown get his troops out of Iraq soon enough to suit British voters?  Has he softened his rhetoric to appeal to a Muslim constituency threatened by terms like "war on terror?"




Warren Olney