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Ideology and Foreign Policy in Early Modern Europe (1650-1750)

Author: David OnnekinkDr DunthorneProfessor Charles-Edouard LevillainDr MijersDr OnnekinkAll authors
Publisher: Farnham Taylor and Francis 2016
Series: Politics and Culture in Europe, 1650-1750
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The years 1650 to 1750 - sandwiched between an age of 'wars of religion' and an age of 'revolutionary wars' - have often been characterized as a 'de-ideologized' period. However, the essays in this collection contend that this is a mistaken assumption. For whilst international relations during this time may lack the obvious polarization between Catholic and Protestant visible in the proceeding hundred years, or the  Read more...
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Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David Onnekink; Dr Dunthorne; Professor Charles-Edouard Levillain; Dr Mijers; Dr Onnekink; Gijs Rommelse
ISBN: 9781409419143 1409419142
OCLC Number: 962060389
Description: 1 Online-Ressource (335 Seiten)
Contents: Contents: Introduction, David Onnekink and Gijs Rommelse; Response to introduction: 'ideology, factions and foreign politics in early modern Europe, Robert von Friedeburg; Absolutism, ideology and English foreign policy: the ideological context of Robert Molesworth's Account of Denmark, Steve Pincus; Partisan politics, history and the national interest (1700-1748), Gary Evans; From 'jealous emulation' to 'cautious politics': British foreign policy and public discourse in the mirror of ancient Athens (ca.1730-ca.1750), Doohwan Ahn; The ideological context of the Dutch war (1672), David Onnekink; Ideologies of interests in English foreign policy during the reign of Charles II, Stephane Jettot; Holy war and republican pacifism in the early 18th-century Commonwealth of Poland-Lithuania, Benedict Wagner-Rundell; Justifying war: churchmen and war in France and England during the Nine Years' War (1688-1697), Solange Rameix; Romeyne de Hooghe and the imagination of Dutch foreign policy, Henk van Nierop; A change of ideology in imperial Spain? Spanish commercial policy with America and the change of dynasty (1648-1740), Ana Crespo Solana; Mountains of iron and gold. Mercantilist ideology in Anglo-Dutch relations (1650-1674), Gijs Rommelse; Balancing Europe: ideas and interests in British foreign policy (c.1700-c.1720), Andrew C. Thompson; 'To restore and preserve the liberty of Europe'. William III's ideas on foreign policy, Wout Troost; Index.
Series Title: Politics and Culture in Europe, 1650-1750

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By engaging with, and building upon recent theoretical developments, this collection sheds new light on international relations in the century between 1650 and 1750. Integrating cultural history with  Read more...

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