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British Foreign Policy, The New Labour Years, edited by O. Daddow, J. Gaskarth

A major review of New Labour's foreign policy from leading experts. This book re-imagines policy thinking, away from Churchill's idea of Britain as at the intersection of 'three circles' (the English speaking world, Europe, and the Commonwealth) and towards a new conceptual model that takes into account identity, ethics and power
Table Of Contents
Foreword / Stephen Wall -- Introduction : Blair, Brown and New Labour's foreign policy, 1997-2010 / Jamie Gaskarth and Oliver Daddow -- The New Labour governments and Britain's role in the world / David McCourt -- New Labour, devolution and British identity : the foreign policy consequences / Pauline Schnapper -- New Labour, leadership, and foreign policy-making after 1997 / Stephen Dyson -- Identity and New Labour's strategic foreign policy thinking / Jamie Gaskarth -- From "ethical foreign policy" to national security strategy : exporting domestic incoherence / Tara McCormack -- A difficult relationship : Britain's "doctrine of international community" and America's "war on terror" / Jason Ralph -- New Labour and nuclear weapons / David Allen -- Still "leading from the edge"? : New Labour and the European Union / Patrick Holden -- Britain's relations with China under New Labour : engagement and repulsion? / Kerry Brown -- From asset to liability : Blair, Brown and the "special relationship" / Mark Phythian -- New Labour, defence and the "war on terror" / Max Taylor -- Conclusion / Oliver Daddow
Literary Form
non fiction
1st ed. 2011.
Description based upon print version of record
Physical Description
1 online resource (299 p.)
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