In Britain’s eyes, ‘law and order’ was the most basic Congolese requirement. It therefore became the very cornerstone of British policy in respect of that country, shaping most of her reactions to Congolese matters. Indeed, so often did the phrase figure in the statements of her spokespeople that it became something in the nature of a distinctively British incantation.
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