Long-Termism vs Short-Termism in great power politics in the 21st Century. 1 of 2: Gregory Copley, Defense & Foreign Affairs.

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Photo:Robert Clive's victory at the Battle of Plassey established the East India Company as a military as well as a commercial power.

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Long-Termism vs Short-Termism in great power politics in the 21st Century. 1 of 2: Gregory Copley, Defense & Foreign Affairs.