Between Empire and Continent

British Foreign Policy Before the First World War

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Andreas Rose

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Historians have commonly interpreted Britain's attempts to break through older alliances of European states before World War I as a reaction to aggressive German foreign policy. This groundbreaking political history demonstrates that British strategy instead arose from the complex interplay of national, continental and imperial considerations.

Andreas Rose teaches Modern History at the University of Bonn. His research interests include the international history of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and the history of Britain and Germany. His recent publications include Die Außenpolitik des Wilhelminischen Kaiserreichs, 1890-1918 (2013) and, as coeditor, The Wars before the Great War: Conflict and International Politics before the Outbreak of the Great War (2015).

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Einband gebundene Ausgabe
Seitenzahl 544
Erscheinungsdatum 01.05.2017
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-78533-578-5
Verlag Berghahn Books
Maße (L/B/H) 23,5/15,7/3,3 cm
Gewicht 931 g

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    Abbreviations
    Acknowledgements

    Foreword by Sir Christopher Clark

    Introduction

    Chapter 1. The Public Sphere in Edwardian London
    Chapter 2. The Policy of Drift?: Balance of Power, Concert of Europe, or Political Power Blocs?
    Chapter 3. Safety First: The Politics of Defence and the Realities behind Diplomacy
    Chapter 4. Imperial Defence or Continental Commitment?
    Chapter 5. Foreign Policy under Lansdowne and Balfour
    Chapter 6. The Myth of Continuity: Foreign Policy under Edward Grey
    Chapter 7. The Committee of Four: The German Peril Revisited
    Chapter 8. At the Cost of Stability: The Anglo-Russian Convention and its European Implications
    Chapter 9. 'More Russian than the Russians'? British Balkan Diplomacy and the Annexation of Bosnia 1908/9¿

    Conclusion and Perspectives: The Triad of British Foreign Politics

    Bibliography
    Index