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Tony Smith is right in judging that the time is ripe for reexamination of the concept of imperialism in the light of historical and contemporary fact rather than .
Tony Smith is right in judging that the time is ripe for reexamination of the concept of imperialism in the light of historical and contemporary fact rather than outworn theory or mythology.
Geopolitical considerations are assumed to be basic (but not exclusive) concerns of foreign policy elites in Britain and the United States; and the ability of people in Latin America, Africa and Asia to coordinate their activities, that is, to act politically, is assumed to be the central (but not sole) feature determining the character of their response to Western imperialism.
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See Arthur S. Herman, To Rule the Waves: How the British Navy Shaped the Modern World. New York: HarperCollins, 2004).
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By examining them together, one can follow how rational, early enlightenment attempts to find legal explanations and solutions to the.
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