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The Politics of Retrenchment. Associate Professor ofPolitical Science Kansas State University Manhattan Kansas. To British planners of the 1940s and early 1950s the former was vital to preserve the commodity trading interests of the Sterling Area and particularly the flow of oil from the Middle East. But the commitment involved in the BAOR or nuclear weapons was no less important.
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After 1945, Britain maintained a great chain of overseas military outposts stretching from the Suez Canal to Singapore. Commonly termed the & of Suez' role, this chain had long been thought to be crucial for the country's security and its vitality. Nonetheless, British leaders eventually decided to abandon this network of bases.
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Conventional historiography presents the British withdrawal from east of Suez in 1968 as economically inevitable. This fresh perspective shows that far from having a diminished international role forced upon it, the British government consciously chose such an option.
Как удалось обитателям дождливого островка в Северной Атлантике построить, а после потерять империю, над которой "не заходило солнце"? Что было целью колониальной политики британцев: грабеж - либо "экспорт свободы и пор Жанр История С. .
Britain’s Withdrawal from East of Suez: The Politics of Retrenchment. Contemporary History in Context. New York: St. Martin’s Press. Recommend this journal. Journal of British Studies.
East of Suez is used in British military and political discussions in reference to.
East of Suez is used in British military and political discussions in reference to interests beyond the European theatre, and east of the Suez Canal-most notably the former military base in Singapore-and may or may not include the Middle East. The phrase was popularized by Rudyard Kipling in his 1890 poem Mandalay. It later became a popular song when . HMS Jufair is the UK's first permanent military base located East of Suez since it withdrew from the region in 1971. Withdrawal from Empire: Britain's Decolonization of Egypt, Aden, and Kenya in the Mid-Twentieth Century - A Monograph by Maj Brian S. Olson, .