Professor Colleen Graffy Discusses Special Relationship Between United States and United Kingdom on GB News
Professor Colleen P. Graffy discussed the special relationship between the United States and the United Kingdom on GB News after Liz Truss was announced as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Professor Graffy commented, “These shared values for rule of law and democracy, we take them for granted. We think they are going to be there forever and they are not. We need to be [constantly] working at it and unless we have like-minded [nations] that care about these things then the entire international world legal order could go under.”
Professor Graffy's discussion with GB News presenter Eamonn Holmes was subsequently covered in the Daily Express UK.
Excerpt from Daily Express UK:
Former advisor to George W. Bush Professor Colleen Graffy spoke to GB News' Eamonn Holmes about the “special relationship” between the two nations, suggesting that the UK was “mocking” this union over the Northern Ireland protocol issue. Professor Graffy said the UK and the US need to be constantly “working at” their alliance, especially at a time when the West is facing an “existential threat” from Russia regarding the brutal invasion of Ukraine. It comes as new Prime Minister Liz Truss spoke to US President Joe Biden about the importance of the Good Friday agreement yesterday in their first engagement since Ms Truss began her premiership in Downing Street.
The GB News segment and complete article may be found at Express UK