Thatcher's diplomacy : the revival of British foreign policy

Paul Sharp

This book provides an assessment of Thatcher's foreign policy throughout her years in office, 1979-90. Successive chapters cover her partnership with Carrington, the Falklands War, Thatcher's American policy, her fights with the EC over money and institutional development, her relationship with Gorbachev, and the failure of her German policy. The main argument is that Thatcher's attempt to reconcile economic liberalism with political nationalism in a more assertive foreign policy prefigured the emerging statecraft of post-Cold War great power politics.

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  • Preface to the 1999 Edition Preface (1997) Introduction The Pursuit of Influence Foreign Policy and the 1979 Election Campaign The Thatcher-Carrington Partnership The Diplomacy of Disaster, Losing the Falklands Recovering the Falklands, the Diplomacy of War Thatcher's US Policy I, the Diplomacy of Support Thatcher's US Policy II, the Diplomacy of Interests Thatcher's European Policy I, the Demandeur Thatcher's European Policy II, Sovereignty and Nationalism Thatcher's Soviet Policy, Diplomacy at the Summit Thatcher's German Policy, the 'Unambiguous Failure' Thatcher's Statesmanship Notes Select Bibliography Index

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書名 Thatcher's diplomacy : the revival of British foreign policy
著作者等 Sharp, Paul
シリーズ名 Contemporary history in context series
出版元 Macmillan;St. Martin's Press
刊行年月 1999
版表示 reprint(with new preface)
ページ数 xviii, 269 p.
大きさ 22 cm
ISBN 0312164408
NCID BA46705631
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス