Opium and Empire in Southeast Asia : Regulating Consumption in British Burma, Hardback Book

Opium and Empire in Southeast Asia : Regulating Consumption in British Burma Hardback

Part of the Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies Series series

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This study investigates the connections between opium policy and imperialism in Burma.

It examines what influenced the imperial regime's opium policy decisions, such as racial ideologies, the necessity of articulating a convincing rationale for British governance, and Burma's position in multiple imperial and transnational networks.

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