After the war the British no longer feared Russian encroachment in China and wished to maintain close ties with the of 1921–22, Britain allowed it to lapse.
The Cabinet members agreed that the United States should stay out of the military conflict, keeping with the Revolutionary-era objectives of maintaining commercial relations with Europe while remaining aloof from purely European controversies and wars. Garrity September 23, 2013 In April 1793 the United States was confronted with its most serious foreign policy crisis since the end of the American Revolution, when the Washington Administration learned that the recently-constituted French Republic had declared war on England and the Dutch Republic.France, with which the United States had a political-military alliance dating from the Revolution, was locked in an apparent death struggle with a broad coalition comprised of those two states along with Austria, Prussia, Spain, Portugal, and a number of Italian and German principalities.Mair, slight of build and balding with a gray goatee beard, refused to speak to police, enter a plea or offer any defense at the London Old Bailey trial, which was treated as a terrorism case. that your inspiration is not love of country or your fellow citizens, it is an admiration for Nazism and similar anti-democratic, white supremacist creeds." During the eight-day trial, Mair remained silent and gave no explanation as to why he attacked Cox, a former humanitarian aid worker who campaigned for Britain to stay in the EU.He asked to make a statement only after the jury unanimously returned a guilty verdict, but Judge Alan Wilkie refused. Mair, who had never come to police attention before, was also convicted of grievous bodily harm for stabbing a 77-year-old man who tried to save Cox during the assault outside Birstall library in the region of West Yorkshire.