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Domestic Sources of Foreign Policy By Christopher Hill

Domestic Sources of Foreign Policy by Christopher Hill

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An examination of the Falklands conflict which aims to provide a better understanding of how foreign policy decisions are taken in Europe, as well as adding another dimension to the picture of what happened in those dramatic months of 1982.

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Domestic Sources of Foreign Policy: West European Reactions to the Falklands Conflict West European Reactions to the Falklands Conflict by Christopher Hill

The Falklands War of 1982 figures prominently in recent British history. The impact this conflict had on Western Europe and the tensions it caused within the European Community has not, however, been properly examined.This book, written by leading experts, throws new light on the workings of EC foreign policy, national foreign policies, and the relationship between individual states, as seen in an unusual moment of crisis. The authors compare the reactions of the respective governments, political parties, the media and public opinion, and examine the domestic dimensions of foreign policy-making in the countries involved. Particular attention is paid to Spain, the only country to depart from the original European consensus. Complicating factors included its historical ties with Latin America, its accession to NATO membership in June 1982, and its bid to join the EC. Other countries of particular interest are Italy, Ireland and Denmark, who broke ranks with the common European position after a month because of economic interests, ingrained attitudes and legal considerations are also analyzed.

Domestic Sources of Foreign Policy Reviews

'...a useful contribution to the literature on foreign policy analysis, ...a valuable corrective to structural realism.'NOD & Conversion

About Christopher Hill

Stelios Stavridis Lecturer in International Relations,The University of Reading and Jean Monnet Lecturer in the International Dimension of European Integration, The University of Reading Christopher Hill Montague Burton Professor of International Relations,London School of Economics and Political Science

Table of Contents

Contents Christopher Hill (LSE), The Falklands War and European Foreign Policy M. Clarke, Foreign Policy Analysis: A Theoretical Guide Geoffrey Edwards (Cambridge University), Europe and the Falkland Islands Conflict S. Stavridis and E. Regelsberger, The Converging National Reactions: The Big States - France and Germany S. Vanhoonacker, C. Homan, P. Tsakaloyannis, Dimitris Bourantonis, The Converging National Reactions: The Smaller States - Belgium, Holland, Greece H. Larsen, A Mixed Reaction: Denmark Domitilla Savigoni (Istituto Affari Internazionali, Rome), The Internal Dissenter: Italy Ben Tonra, The Internal Dissenter: Ireland Esther Barbe (University of Barcelona), The External Dissenter: Spain S. Stavridis, Conclusion

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GOR011910802
9781859730898
1859730892
Domestic Sources of Foreign Policy: West European Reactions to the Falklands Conflict West European Reactions to the Falklands Conflict by Christopher Hill
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Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
1996-01-01
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