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The Web of Deceit: Britain's Real Foreign Policy | Paperback

Released on 15 May 2003

Author: Mark Curtis | Format: Paperback

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Reasons that Britain is a 'rogue state', often a violator of international law and a condoner of human rights abuses, as well as a key ally of many repressive regimes. This work argues that under the Blair government, Britain has become a champion of a form of globalisation that is increasing the takeover of the global economy by big business.

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 An expose of past and present British foreign policy

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This book is a remarkable piece of work that is well researched and written.

The writings of Mark Curtis link well with John Pilger's books, but have a different slant. Intead of talking of distant lands, Mark Curtis' focus is on good old Blightly.

Looking through declassified files he has managed to unearth Britain's real role in the world - toppling foreign governments, forcefully removing a population from islands and developing repressive techniques that were so effective they have been copied by others.

This book will open your eyes to Britain's real role in the world. You name it, we've been there and done it! Shameful!

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AuthorMark Curtis
PublisherVintage (GB)
FormatPaperback - 528 Pages