International Relations Since 1945: The post-imperial age : the great powers and the wider world

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Longman, Jan 1, 1994 - History - 549 pages
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The Post-Imperial Age looks at the impact on the wider world of the end of the European empires and their replacement by a new order dominated by East - West rivalries. Begins by looking at decolonization and goes on to discuss the different patterns of experience in South Africa, South East Asia and India, East Asia and the Pacific, the Middle East, and the Americans.

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Contents

Chapter Two Indonesia IndoChina and India
25
Chapter Three The End of Empire
52
Chapter Four Southern Africa
65
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About the author (1994)

J.P.D. Dunbabin, formerly Reader in International Relations at Oxford University, has published over a wide range of topics including British and international history, The League of Nations and the United Nations.