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What David Cameron’s reelection means for the U.S.

Britain's Prime Minister and Leader of the Conservative Party David Cameron and his wife Samantha are applauded by staff upon entering 10 Downing Street in London on May 8, 2015, after visiting Queen Elizabeth II, a day after the British general election. British Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative party on Friday won a majority in the House of Commons in the general election, results showed.  AFP PHOTO / POOL / STEFAN ROUSSEAU        (Photo credit should read STEFAN ROUSSEAU/AFP/Getty Images)
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Britain's Prime Minister and Leader of the Conservative Party David Cameron and his wife Samantha are applauded by staff upon entering 10 Downing Street in London on May 8, 2015, after visiting Queen Elizabeth II, a day after the British general election.

British Prime Minister David Cameron won last night’s parliamentary election.

British Prime Minister David Cameron won last night’s parliamentary election.

Now with the election out of the way, what will this victory mean for U.S. policy in the fight against ISIS? Michael Geary, Global Fellow at the Wilson Center in Washington, DC and professor of European Studies at Maastricht University in the Netherlands joins us to discuss U.S. and U.K. relations and what the victory means for the future alliance between President Obama and Prime Minister Cameron.

Guest:

Michael Geary, Global Fellow at the Wilson Center in Washington, DC and professor of European Studies at Maastricht University in the Netherlands

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