National Identity and British Foreign Policy [post]

Srdjan Vucetic
2020 unpublished
Britain's search for a global power role after 1945 was never simply a function of the kingdom's ruling elites acting with intention after some sort of consensus. Rather, it developed from mainstream, gradually evolving ideas about Us, Them and Others circulating within British and more specifically English society as a whole.
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