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One of the more telling — and accurate — statements to emerge from the American Revolution came from a British intelligence officer, Maj. Gen. George Beckwith: "Washington did not really outfight the British, he simply outspied us!"
Prince Charles is readying the paperwork to claim his pension when he turns 65 on Thursday, but he still hasn't started the job he was born to do.
Although Spain hasn't explicitly threatened a remake of the 1982 Falklands War between Britain and Argentina in its own centuries-old colonial-era dispute, over Gibraltar, the belligerent talk coming out of Ol' Blighty suggests that Margaret Thatcher's famed "Falklands spirit" is alive and well.
I have much respect for Adm. James "Ace" Lyons and follow with interest his writing. Indeed, I was privileged to be serving on HMS Hydra, when she returned to Portsmouth from the Falklands War in September 1982, when Adm. Lyons' flagship paid my small ship a signal salute.
The United States is at a crossroads, and the American people must consider carefully an issue that has been creeping up on us for two decades.
Earlier this week, the top brass of the U.S. and British militaries huddled at Fort McNair to discuss the future of Anglo-American defense cooperation. This meeting was in the spirit of the Combined Chiefs of Staff conferences held throughout the 1940s to formulate Anglo-American military strategy for World War II and the postwar world.
Prince Harry's admission that he killed Taliban fighters while working as a helicopter gunner in Afghanistan drew intense British media coverage Tuesday and sparked concerns about possible reprisals.
Not since 1911, when Winston Churchill, then Britain's first lord of the Admiralty, decided to convert the Royal Navy from coal to oil power has a nation seen such an opportunity to choose a new "master resource," and in so doing chart a new economic and strategic course.
The queen and James Bond gave the London Olympics a royal entrance like no other Friday in an opening ceremony that rolled to the rock of the Beatles, the Stones and The Who.