Washington: President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron will be meeting at the White House amid growing fears about the specter of terrorism in Europe and the West.
Obama and Cameron have long touted their congenial relationship as a sign of the strong alliance between the U.S. and the U.K. They're aiming to promote economic growth and global trade even as trickier issues like Islamic extremism and cybersecurity take over much of the agenda.
Following a working dinner on Thursday, Obama and Cameron meet more formally Friday in the Oval Office before taking questions from reporters. In conjunction with the visit, the two countries are announcing plans to hold joint cyber “war games,” starting later this year with a mock attack on banks.