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eBook British Foreign Policy Under New Labour, 1997–2005 ePub

by P. Williams

  • ISBN: 1403913218
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: P. Williams
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 2005 edition (November 22, 2005)
  • Pages: 263
  • ePub book: 1858 kb
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Tony Blair served as British Prime Minister for ten years, the first Labour Party leader to win three successive general elections.

This article utilises interviews with former Foreign Secretaries and Ministers of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office to explore why ethics should be so controversial in British foreign policy discourse. Tony Blair served as British Prime Minister for ten years, the first Labour Party leader to win three successive general elections.

Let us not underestimate the importance of foreign policy to the New Labour project. The level of interest in the media and the priority accorded to security by public opinion are two indicators of the rise of foreign policy on the agenda of British politics. Paul Williams' British Foreign Policy Under New Labour takes the analysis to another level. The book weaves a number of narratives through detailed empirical case studies, and in doing so is likely to appeal to an informed audience beyond the university.

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British Foreign Policy Under New Labour, 1997-2005 This important new study provides a critical analysis of the foreign policies conducted during the first two terms of Tony Blair's government. It focuses upon the government's key foreign policy commitments; three of its most important international relat. Palgrave MacMillan UK. Book Format. Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H). 0 x . 4 x . 4 Inches.

This important new study provides a critical analysis of the foreign policies conducted during the first two terms of Tony Blair's government. It focuses upon the government's key foreign policy commitments; three of its most important international relationships (with the US, the European Union, and Africa); and how Blair's government dealt with five fundamental policy issues (political economy, defence, international development, intervention, and Iraq).

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Release Date:November 2005. Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan.

This important new study provides a critical analysis of the foreign policies conducted during the first two terms of Tony Blair's government  . Release Date:November 2005. Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. Neoliberalism and the political economy of the'new'South Africa. P Williams, I Taylor. New political economy 5 (1), 21-40, 2000. Africa in International Politics: External involvement on the continent. I Taylor, P Williams. South African Foreign Policy and the Great Lakes Crisis: African Renaissance Meets Vagabondage Politique? I Taylor, P Williams. African Affairs 100 (399), 265-286, 2001.

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This important new study provides a critical analysis of the foreign policies conducted during the first two terms of Tony Blair's government. It focuses upon the government's key foreign policy commitments; three of its most important international relationships (with the US, the European Union, and Africa); and how Blair's government dealt with five fundamental policy issues (political economy, defence, international development, intervention, and Iraq). It argues that throughout this period Labour's foreign policies attempted to paper over some important contradictions.