British Foreign Policy, 1955-64: Contracting Options (Contemporary History in Context)
In 1945 Britain was still a world power, but increasingly it had to adapt its international commitments to the post-war world, particularly during the premierships of Eden, Macmillan and Douglas-Home from 1955 to 1964. The 12 chapters in this book systematically analyze Britain's foreign policymaking and its regional relationships in the world, providing a comprehensive overview of Britain's foreign relations during this crucial transition period.
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