The Revolt against the West: Decolonisation and its Repercussions in British International Thought, 1945-1975
It has been suggested that British intellectuals were either indifferent to decolonisation or sought to downplay its impact. As a consequence, historians of international thought have overlooked the extensive debates that occurred among scholars and intellectuals concerned with British foreign policy and international relations. This article addresses those debates, examining the responses of internationalist, Whig, realist, and radical thinkers to decolonization and to what they thought to be...[Show more]
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