And worse news for Britain, which would wind up on the wayside in Washington's transatlantic relations.
A string of recent European court rulings threatens to weaken an essential tool in fighting terrorism, crime and proliferation.
Caught between Obama's interventionism and Putin's defense of national sovereignty über alles, an international solution is attractive to many.
The extent and damage of the leaks to American interests and legitimate intelligence operations are becoming increasingly clear.
Comparisons to the parliament's Iraq War struggles are apt—the Turkish parliament's, that is.
The UK faces pressure from Spain and Argentina over Gibraltar and the Falklands.
Politics, not strategy, might set the United Kingdom's course.
Will they get away?
Snowden revealed foreign espionage against U.S. citizens. Why isn't Washington taking steps to prevent that?
The British generals who lost the American Revolution were hardly incompetent fools.
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