Spain-United States: A Strong Partnership

Jorge Dezcallar
Content Type
Journal Article
Council of American Ambassadors
Relations between Spain and the United States are rooted in historical ties that date back to 1778, when Spain provided military and financial assistance to the fledgling nation during the American War of Independence. Since that time and following several historical developments, Spain and the United States have become friends and allies. We share the same values; we deal with the same threats. Our strategic vision of the world is similar, and we work together to meet today's global challenges.
Government, War
Political Geography
United States, America, Spain