Britain and Empire: Adjusting to a Post-Imperial World

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I. B. Tauris, 2002 - 249 pages
Britain and Empire fills a major gap in the literature on Britainís gradual abandonment of her global and imperial role. It relates formal decolonization and the wider evolution of the Commonwealth to changes in international relations and in Britainís domestic political, economic, and social scene. The concept of imperial decline is therefore seen in the context of adjustment to changing international and domestic politics and the ending of the imperial mind-set.

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L.J. Butler is Lecturer in History at Luton University.

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