Intelligence, Defence and Diplomacy : British Policy in the Post-War World
Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2013
1 online resource (284 pages).
Studies in Intelligence
Altri autori (Persone)
Hopkins, Michael F.
Lingua di pubblicazione
Materiale a stampa
Nota di contenuto
Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; 1 Introduction: British Intelligence, Defence and Diplomacy since 1945; PART ONE: EUROPE; 2 Coming to Terms with Tito: Britain and Yugoslavia, 1945-49; 3 Reunification or Integration with the West? Britain and the Federal Republic of Germany in the early 1950s; PART TWO: THE UNITED STATES; 4 The Washington Embassy: The Role of an Institution in Anglo-American Relations, 1945-55; 5 The Trident Missile and Britain's 1981 Defence Review; PART THREE: THE MIDDLE EAST AND ASIA.
6 Britain and the End of the Palestine Mandate, 1945-487 The Cyprus Question and the Anglo-American Special Relationship, 1954-58; 8 The Middle East and Africa in British Global Strategy, 1952-56; 9 Great Britain, Japan and the Future: The End of the Allied Occupation, 1948-52; PART FOUR: INTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY; 10 Some Reflections on Kim Philby's My Silent War as a Historical Source; 11 'The Value of Residual Empire': Anglo-American Intelligence Co-operation in Asia after 1945; 12 The D Notice System; Notes on Contributors; Index.
What was Britain's reaction to the death of Stalin? How has Britain reconciled a modern nuclear strategy with its traditional imperial defence commitments around the world? How has secret intelligence affected the Special Relationship' since 1945? Certain clear questions and perennial themes run through British overseas policy since 1945. This book examines them, drawing on new research by leading