The main directions of British foreign policy at the turn of the XVIII-XIX centuries.

1. Colonial. It included almost all regions of the planet: North America (war with the USA), Africa (Boer War, expansion in Sudan and Egypt), Asia (expansion in India, Myanmar, southern Iran, China and even in 1864 conflict with Japan ).

2. European. England fought several times with Holland (for example, 1652 and 1780), with Napoleonic France (at the turn of the 18th-19th centuries), with Russia (the Crimean War), it sharply intensified after the War of the Spanish Succession (1701-1714).

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