US,UK interested in “dominating, controlling” world: British analyst

London, April 3, IRNA – The “special relationship” between the United States and Britain will continue in the future based on their common interest in “dominating” and “controlling” the world, a British expert has said.
Peter Eyre added that the so-called “special relationship” would become “strained” from time to time as in the case of US-Israel relations.

Eyre has recently told IRNA that both Britain and the United States were interested in the “dominance and control of the world’s resources no matter what the price.”

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“Yes it will continue as they have the same goals… The UK has always been the supporter of the US,” Eyre said when asked if he thought US-UK relations would continue as it was in the past.

In its latest report dubbed “Global Security: UK-US Relations”, the Foreign Affairs Committee of the British House of Commons concluded that the use of the phrase “the special relationship” to describe the UK-US relationship was “potentially misleading”.

“We recommend that its use should be avoided. The overuse of the phrase by some politicians and many in the media serves simultaneously to de-value its meaning and to raise unrealistic expectations about the benefits the relationship can deliver to the UK.”

The deteriorating UK-US relations came into light after US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton refused recently to back Britain to mediate talks between London and Buenos Aires over the status of the contested Falkland Islands.

Clinton offered to help Argentina and Britain resolve their differences and said the United States was willing to be a go-between, a move which angered some in the UK.

According to the Telegraph, the UK’s Conservative Party leader David Cameron said the US refusal to back Britain was “disappointing.”

“We are the junior partner in that relationship, and I think part of getting the relationship right is understanding how best to play the role of the junior partner,” Cameron said.