By John Dumbrell
During this comprehensively revised and up-to-date re-creation of the highly-acclaimed textual content, John Dumbrell assesses how and why the Anglo-American unique dating stumbled on a brand new hire of lifestyles less than Blair as Britain time and again "chose" the U.S. in its evolving overseas coverage orientation instead of Europe.There was once, he argues, no inevitability approximately this reaction to the publish September 11 overseas state of affairs and its long term purpose and clients nonetheless stay doubtful.
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It is absurd, however, to pretend that they do not exist. At its most superficial, British anti-Americanism consists in rather unreflective, often comic, stereotyping. British commentators frequently write about Americans as creatures from another planet. ’ (Critchley, 1991). A key feature of such comment is the implied conclusion that failure to appreciate the joke simply confirms American humourlessness. Due to their exposure to US popular culture and to political reporting on the US, British students tend to approach the study of America in a confident frame of mind, albeit one filled with the familiar stereotypes.
The British seem especially uninterested in electoral politics at either the local or transnational (European) level. Where nearly half of all Americans attend regular church services, only 14 per cent of Britons are regular, weekly attenders (Lipset, 1996, 61). At least two major international surveys in the 1990s suggested that Americans were high among the most religious people in the world, with depth and breadth of religious belief exceeding those of even countries such as Ireland and Poland, much less Britain (Huntington, 2005, 90).
A 1994 poll, taken on the fiftieth anniversary of D-Day asked both the British and American public to name the nation – the US, the USSR or the Transatlantic Attitudes 27 UK – which had contributed most to victory in the Second World War. Britons voted 18 per cent for the US, nine per cent for the Soviet Union and 37 for the UK. Americans opted 13 per cent for Britain, 11 for the USSR and 65 per cent for America. When, also in 1994, Americans were asked whether they thought Britain spied on the US, 43 per cent replied in the affirmative (the figure for Japan was 79 per cent); 17 per cent felt that the Central Intelligence Agency should spy on Britain (The Gallup Poll 1983, 99; 1985, 21; 1996, 251; 1995, 93, 37).
A Special Relationship: Anglo American Relations from the Cold War to Iraq (2nd Edition) by John Dumbrell