Vucetic, Srdjan.

Anglosphere : A Genealogy of a Racialized Identity in International Relations - Redwood City : Stanford University Press, 2014. - 1 online resource (266 p.) - eBooks on Demand .

Contents -- 1. What Is the Anglosphere? -- 2. Empire, Venezuela, and the "Great Rapprochement" -- 3. ANZUS, Britain, and the "Pacific Pact" -- 4. Suez, Vietnam, and the "Great and Powerful Friends" -- 5. Empire, Iraq, and the "Coalition of the Willing" -- 6. The Anglosphere and Its Limits -- Appendix: Note on Primary Sources -- Notes -- References -- Bibliography -- Index

The Anglosphere refers to a community of English-speaking states, nations, and societies centered on Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States, which has profoundly influenced the direction of world history and fascinated countless observers. This book argues that the origins of the Anglosphere are racial. Drawing on theories of collective identity-formation and framing, the book develops a new framework for analyzing foreign policy, which it then evaluates in case studies related to fin-de-siècle imperialism (1894-1903), the ill-fated Pacific Pact (1950-1), the

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Electronic books. -- local.
English-speaking countries -- Foreign relations.
Group identity -- Political aspects -- English-speaking countries.
Security, International -- International cooperation -- Case studies.
World politics -- 20th century.


Electronic books.

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