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special relationship, in diplomacy, is used to describe exceptionally strong ties between nations, notably by Winston Churchill in 1946 to describe relations between the English-speaking people (see Special Relationship). In its extended use outside United Kingdom–United States relations has also been used to describe:
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^ 'The Empire Reviewed', The Times (22 November 1926), pg. 14, col. A.
^ a b Prime Minister Louis St. Laurent said: "the special nature of our relationship to the United Kingdom and the United States complicates our responsibilities..." quoted in: H.H. Herstien, L.J. Hughes, R.C. Kirbyson. Challenge & Survival: The History of Canada (Scarborough, ON: Prentice-Hall, 1970). p 411
^ 'The Transvaal Blue-Book', The Times (16 September 1899), pg. 3, col. C.
^ 'British Policy in Egypt', The Times (13 December 1929), pg. 15, col. E.
^ Charles A. Seldon, 'Britain Uncertain on Trade-War Gain', New York Times (9 May 1934), pg. 3.
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