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Sir Harold Nicolson and international relations : the practitioner as theorist

Author: Derek Drinkwater
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This is a study on the thought of Sir Harold Nicolson (1886-1968) and Nicolson's contribution to the theory and practice of international relations"--Provided by publisher.
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Named Person: Harold Nicolson; Harold George Nicolson, Sir; Harold Nicolson
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Derek Drinkwater
ISBN: 0199273855 9780199273850
OCLC Number: 56880478
Description: xiv, 244 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1. International theorist --
'Sage of Sissinghurst' --
The western diplomatic tradition --
A theorist in his time --
International and political theory --
2. Diplomat --
Father and son --
Peacemaking and a new world --
Home and abroad --
Man of letters and MP --
Diplomatic reflection and diaries --
3. Liberal realism --
Oxford and the classics --
The classical canon --
A 'middle course' --
Continuity or departure? --
4. International order --
Imperium to dominion --
The elements of foreign policy --
National character and prestige --
The balance of power --
Nation-states and the international idea --
Principle and practice --
5. Diplomacy --
'Theory' and 'shape' --
The ideal diplomat --
Tribal times to golden age --
Old and new forms --
National diplomatic styles --
The twentieth century and after --
Liberal realism reaffirmed --
6. European security, 1919-39 --
'Dangerously angry' and 'dangerously afraid' --
The spirit of Locarno --
Hitler and the furor teutonicus --
A resurgent Italy --
'Collective defence' and the League of Nations --
'The Foreign Office mind' --
7. Federalism and peace --
Pan-Europa or federal union? --
The new Europe --
Forms of integration --
World commonwealth --
A slow growth --
The creation of peace --
8. Practice and theory --
Stealing a march on power --
Prophecy and patience.
Responsibility: Derek Drinkwater.
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