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British foreign policy in relation to transcaucasia, 1918-1921.

John Donald Rose

British foreign policy in relation to transcaucasia, 1918-1921.

by John Donald Rose

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British foreign policy, Manchester, UK ; New York: Manchester University Press ; New York: Distributed exclusively in the USA by St. Martin's Press, (OCoLC) The Eastern Question emerged as the power of the Ottoman Empire began to decline during the 18th century. The Ottomans were at the height of their power in , when they lost the Battle of Vienna to the combined forces of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth and Austria, under the command of John III was made much later, in , with the Treaty of Karlowitz, which forced the.

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This original and lucid book examines the foreign policy of the British Labour government in the aftermath of the Second World War. It exposes Britain's complicity in the creation of the Cold War and emphasizes the continuity between Labour's policies and those of Churchill's coalition government, underscoring the political influence exercised by senior members of the Foreign Office.5/5(1). powers make the laws. During the 19th century, British foreign policy had a goal to contain Russia and to secure strategic links to British imperial possessions in Asia and the Near East. This policy was in the best interests of British imperialism, which was the overriding concern in foreign relations. India was a major British colony.


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