6 edition of Foundations of British foreign policy, from Pitt (1792) to Salisbury (1902). found in the catalog.
Foundations of British foreign policy, from Pitt (1792) to Salisbury (1902).
Harold William Vazeille Temperley
Includes bibliographical references.
|Contributions||Penson, Lillian Margery, Dame, 1896-1963, joint ed.|
|LC Classifications||DA530 .T4 1966a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||573|
|LC Control Number||66003832|
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Foundations of British Foreign Policy From Pitt () to Salisbury (): Documents Old and New Selected and Edited, With Historical Introduction By Temperley and Penson Hardcover – January 1, Author: Harold And Lillian M.
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Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Foundations of British Foreign Policy from Pitt. Book Description. First published inthis volume represents a selection of unpublished and published documents dealing with foreign affairs, from the rise of the Younger Pitt to the death of Salisbury.
It contains both official papers and private letters; speeches and other public statements of policy. Get this from a library. Foundations of British foreign policy: from Pitt () to Salisbury (). [Harold William Vazeille Temperley; Lillian Margery Penson, Dame].
The Makers of British Foreign Policy: From Pitt to Thatcher. The compelling essays brought together in this collection provide new assessments of the course of British foreign policy from the Glorious Revolution to the Treaty of Maastricht inits underlying principles as well as Britain's standing in international politics.
'The Makers of British Foreign Policy is a rich collection of essays of unusually high quality on Britain's chief foreign policy-makers, from the elder Pitt to Lady Thatcher These studies can be read as case histories in the rise and decline of British power, revealing a far more irregular process of change than is so often assumed This book is well worth reading.
Salisbury defines British policy on the eve of his appointment to the Foreign Office ^ 21 March (pp. ) Document Report of the Cabinet Committee on the Treaty of San StefanOy 27 March (pp, ) Document The Salisbury Circular to the Powers, i April (pp.
) Pitt at War: Foreign Policy. Pitt had a clear policy and intention: defend Britain and her Empire first, and deal with France in Europe as an incidental. The principles were: defend Britain from invasion; defend Britain's colonies - the source Foundations of British foreign policy raw materials, markets and re-exports, vital to the war effort in terms of money.
Pitt the Younger's Foreign Policy. When Pitt took office inBritish prestige was at an all-time low in Europe because of the loss of n was also isolated diplomatically because of the European War (). This was militarily dangerous and economically a liability because there were few European markets for British goods.
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