The British Guardian newspaper considered the relationship between US President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson "complex and facing challenges."
In its analysis, the newspaper said that talks about the fluctuation of relations between the United States and Britain topped the British and international newspapers, especially after the (Brexit) process, according to which London withdrew from the European Union, noting expectations of more tension and attraction in these relations in the near future.
The newspaper drew attention to the repercussions of the situation in Afghanistan and the rapid US withdrawal from this country on British-American relations, recalling the criticism leveled by the British House of Commons against Biden because of this withdrawal, which came as a surprise to Britain and the US allies in Europe.
The newspaper pointed out that for many of America's allies, the Afghanistan issue was a signal that Biden's interest is focused on the self-interest of the United States, regardless of the discomfort this causes for Washington's old allies.
Observers had confirmed earlier that the rapid and chaotic withdrawal of the United States in Afghanistan sparked a crisis of confidence between Brussels and Washington, as the Europeans did not expect it to happen in this way and with a degree of urgency that threatens their immediate security and the safety of their nationals.