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British External Policy-making in the 1990s

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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Michael Clarke
    Pages 1-9
  3. Michael Clarke
    Pages 10-43
  4. Michael Clarke
    Pages 44-71
  5. Michael Clarke
    Pages 72-112
  6. Michael Clarke
    Pages 207-245
  7. Michael Clarke
    Pages 246-267
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 268-353

About this book


'For those wishing better to understand the context and ways in which Britain's foreign and defence policies are formulated, this book will constitute essential, and excellent reading.'- P.Dorey, Times Higher Education Supplement ;In the first systematic and comprehensive account since William Wallace's The Foreign Policy Process in Britain in 1975, Michael Clarke examines the impact of growing international, and particularly European, interdependence on the shaping of Foreign and Defence policy. Starting from an original analysis of the emerging 21st century world order, the book draws together a wealth of evidence and original research on the framework and character of the external policy process in contemporary Britain.


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