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Opinion: Transatlantic relationship enters an uncertain phase

6th February 2020 - 12:00 GMT | by The Clarence in London


The decision by the UK government to approve the use of Huawei technology in “non-core” parts of the new national 5G network has been met with disappointment in Washington DC. With growing domestic political concerns around the extent of Chinese influence and power, even the thought that a very close ally would consider this act has been a betrayal of the long-standing relationship.

This announcement from UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson comes amid other tensions in what has been the most enduring of security alliances over the last 75 years. Recent foreign policy events - particularly the challenges over how

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