Clinton's warning to Britain over cuts in defence
from London Daily Telegraph
Hillary Clinton, the U.S. secretary of state, and Robert Gates, the secretary of defence, both said they were worried about deep reductions in Britain's Armed Forces and the consequences for international security. The Daily Telegraph disclosed in September that U.S. officials were privately concerned that British defence spending was about to fall below 2 percent of gross domestic product, the minimum standard expected of Nato members.
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