When Democracies Retrench: A Case Study of Britain's Withdrawal from East of Suez

Zhang, Jerry


  • A country is conducting a policy of retrenchment when it withdraws from its strategic commitments - its sustained efforts in achieving certain foreign policy objectives, often in the form of military presence or support for allies. Retrenchment often marks a dramatic turning point in a country’s foreign policy. The country gives up long-held strategic interests that only until recently have been ... read more
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