Britain, China, and the U.S
AbstractSince the end of the war, one almost universally held political idea has dominated international affairs. It is that whatever minor differences there may be, fundamentally the United States of America and the British Commonwealth of Nations have the same world interests and that, therefore, the foreign policy of both must be conducted on identical lines.
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