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Global Realpolitik

Global Realpolitik F M D Kamath GOA and four points on the map were all that remained to Portugal as mementos of its supremacy in fighting power, trade and diplomacy in India and the East in the centuries gone by. In its decline it clung to them, profitless as they were, even as tenaciously as it did to Mozambique and Angola, vast territories in Africa, under the sufferance of the Great Powers with colonial interests of their own. After World War II, while the US, Britain, France, the Netherlands and Belgium shed their colonies

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