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|Description:||182 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||British governments' perceptions of power and leadership in the world order since the 1940s --
Culture, history, ideology and politics : changing representations of the special relationship in British political discourse --
US dominance or an Anglo-American partnership? : British perspectives on the making of the special relationship in 1945 --
Losing the Empire but maintaining a role : the special relationship during Harold Macmillan's premiership --
The doctrine of international community, coalitions of the willing and the role of the British government in the special relationship during the War on Terror, 2001-2003 --
Concluding thoughts : British foreign policy and the special relationship in the Cameron era and beyond.