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Britain"s place in the world.

Peter Calvert

Britain"s place in the world.

by Peter Calvert

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Published by University of Southampton in Southampton .
Written in English


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An inaugural lecture delivered at the university 14 November,1985.

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Open LibraryOL13840057M

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  Niall Ferguson is a glutton for exposure. From January to mid-February six one-hour television programmes, four lectures to substantial audiences in the University of London’s Senate House, and a large glossy book have been devoted to his theme of ‘empire’ or, as he also puts it, ‘how Britain made the modern world’.   This 24 hour meeting provided an opportunity for a small expert group of decision makers, influencers and opinion formers to discuss prospects for Britain’s role as a future force for good in the world. Contemporary domestic challenges and shifts in the international power balance have created uncertainty and increased pressure on existing institutions, with multiple .


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