Special relationship (international relations)

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For the 2010 film, see The Special Relationship (film).

The term 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. An example of such a special relationship is the India – Russia relations or the United Kingdom – United States relations. In its extended use outside the Anglosphere, it has also been used to describe the whole of EU-US relations[1] and the following relations:

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