Macleod, Iain
October 1966
Foreign Affairs;Oct66, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p88
Presents information on the British foreign policy in the 20th century. Factors contributing to Great Britain's commercial supremacy; Creation of a new Commonwealth, stretching over every ocean and continent and comprising a quarter of humanity; Role of Great Britain in maintaining security in continental Europe.


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