The Age of Imperialism met a swift decline as two climactic world wars
deprived European empires of their ability to manage overseas possessions. This sudden change in the international dynamic caused a rather rapid transition into a new geopolitical order and a radically different understanding of imperialist doctrines. The rising, Wilsonian notions of international justice replaced the preceding world order and led to the sudden rejection of the principles that formed the Victorian Age.
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