Blair's Britain and the Commonwealth

@article{Williams2005BlairsBA,
  title={Blair's Britain and the Commonwealth},
  author={P. D. Williams},
  journal={The Round Table},
  year={2005},
  volume={94},
  pages={381 - 391}
}
A flurry of activity in the ‘official’ and ‘unofficial’ Commonwealths in the 1990s failed to translate into media recognition in the UK. A commitment to the organization from the incoming Labour government has so far failed to deliver the concrete action demanded by the Foreign Affairs Committee. But the Commonwealth has contributed to the UK's foreign policies in three main areas: peace and security, political economy and issues of governance. This paper examines each area in detail but… Expand
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