Foreign Policy from a Back Bench, 1904-1918

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Foreign Policy from a Back Bench, 1904-1918

By T. P. Conwell-Evans
Oxford University Press, 1932
185 pp. $7.00

A rather significant contribution to the study of how foreign policy is made. The book is based upon the papers of Lord Noel-Buxton, one of the prominent Bulgarophile members of the so-called Balkan Committee, and shows how pressure could be brought upon the foreign office and how public opinion could be made. Most of the volume is devoted to a discussion of Anglo-German relations from 1904-1914, war diplomacy in the Balkans (the most important part), and various other aspects of war-time policy.

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