Commonwealth of Nations

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Synonyms for Commonwealth of Nations

an association of nations consisting of the United Kingdom and several former British colonies that are now sovereign states but still pay allegiance to the British Crown

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8) See A Berriedale Keith, 'Introduction: The Constitutional Development of the British Empire in Regard to the Dominions and India from 1887 to 1933' in Gerald E H Palmer, Consultation and Co-operation in the British Commonwealth: A Handbook on the Methods and Practice of Communication between the Members of the British Commonwealth of Nations (Oxford University Press, 1934) xv, xxxv-xxxvi.
In essence the British Commonwealth of Nations was the framework within which the self-governing colonies--or Dominions, as they were styled after 1907--came to independence.
We should concentrate on developing closer relationships with the British Commonwealth of Nations.
Formerly known as the British Commonwealth of Nations, it is a loose association of former British colonies, dependencies and other territories - and Mozambique, which has no historical ties to Britain.
As a member of the new British Commonwealth of Nations, Canada now had full power to make its own foreign and defence policies.
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