Empire and Globalisation: from ‘High Imperialism’ to Decolonisation

@article{Thomas2014EmpireAG,
  title={Empire and Globalisation: from ‘High Imperialism’ to Decolonisation},
  author={Martin C. Thomas and A. Thompson},
  journal={The International History Review},
  year={2014},
  volume={36},
  pages={142 - 170}
}
Reviewing the expansion and ultimate demise of the British and French empires, this article takes a long view of globalisation as an integral part of Europe's recent imperial past. The authors’ argument is that these empires were not simply a global phenomenon. Rather, the processes that built and destroyed them were more actively ‘globalising’. In this context, they argue that the rise and fall of the two pre-eminent overseas empires had several globalising effects. These globalising effects… Expand

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