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UK and US leaders often refer to the “special relationship” between the two countries.
The term was first employed in 1946 by Winston Churchill, referring to the close bond they share. The British and Americans have a common history, language, and are also close partners in trade and intelligence sharing. They have cooperated in the major 20th and 21st century conflicts, from WW1 to the anti-terrorist “War on Terror.” leader elected head of state / close near (in a relationship) / bond connection / trade commerce.