The Imperial Premiership: The Role of the Modern Prime Minister in Foreign Policy Making, 1964-2015

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Recent votes in the House of Commons on British military intervention have put foreign policy at the heart of public consciousness. This book examines fifty years and nine premierships - from Harold Wilson to David Cameron - to offer a unique account of the growing role of the prime minister in foreign policy making. The prime minister now spends more time on foreign policy than at any previous period outside war, but excepting crises the public and MPs themselves remain relatively ill-informed on the subject. Written by ...

The Imperial Premiership: The Role of the Modern Prime Minister in Foreign Policy Making, 1964-2015 2016, Manchester University Press, Manchester

ISBN-13: 9781526109019

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The Imperial Premiership: The Role of the Modern Prime Minister in Foreign Policy Making, 1964-2015 2016, Manchester University Press, Manchester

ISBN-13: 9781784994372

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