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The Year of Europe: America, Europe and the Energy Crisis, 1972-74 - Documents on British Policy Overseas, Series III Volume IV... The Year of Europe: America, Europe and the Energy Crisis, 1972-74 - Documents on British Policy Overseas, Series III Volume IV (Undefined, New)
Keith Hamilton, Patrick Salmon
R3,078 Discovery Miles 30 780 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This is the first volume of Documents of British Policy Overseas ever to be produced in electronic format, complementing three earlier volumes in the series covering East/West relations between 1968 and 1976. Focusing primarily upon intra-allied relations, this new text also traces the evolution of the transatlantic relationship during Britain's first year in the European Community. Drawing upon the archives of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the Cabinet Office and other Whitehall Departments, it reproduces on CD-ROM 568 fully-searchable facsimile documents, over fifty of which (mainly from the Brimelow and Douglas-Home papers) are otherwise unavailable to researchers. The documents' official correspondence, ministerial briefing notes, Cabinet papers and Joint Intelligence Committee reports cover British reactions to Henry Kissinger's attempt to redefine America's link with Europe through his `Year of Europe' initiative, the energy crisis and the fourth Arab/Israeli War of October 1973. They shed new light on some of the more occult aspects of President Nixon's diplomacy, and reveal the problems faced by Edward Heath's government in seeking to maintain its close ties with Washington while trying to establish its credentials as a fully committed EC member state.

Arms and Disarmament in Diplomacy (Hardcover, New): Keith Hamilton, Edward Johnson Arms and Disarmament in Diplomacy (Hardcover, New)
Keith Hamilton, Edward Johnson
R547 Discovery Miles 5 470 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Armaments, their acquisition, employment, manufacture and supply, have, frequently in conjunction with initiatives aimed at avoiding and regulating conflict, been the subject matter of diplomacy throughout much of the twentieth century. This book, through nine essays by historians with a specialist interest in this field, presents a selection of case studies in which issues relating to armaments have figured large in diplomacy, from the Hague Peace Conference of 1899 through the early years of the United Nations. The essays draw upon the research of individual specialists to explore a theme which has otherwise been covered mainly by works which have confined themselves to narrower chronological periods. The book will, through a number of related contributions, help to provide a fuller understanding of how, since the end of the nineteenth century, diplomacy has responded to, and to some extent been shaped by, problems posed by the perceived need to control and regulate armaments and war

Berlin in the Cold War, 1948-1990 - Documents on British Policy Overseas, Series III, Vol. VI (Paperback): Keith Hamilton,... Berlin in the Cold War, 1948-1990 - Documents on British Policy Overseas, Series III, Vol. VI (Paperback)
Keith Hamilton, Patrick Salmon
R1,188 Discovery Miles 11 880 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This volume consists of a book and fully searchable DVD containing a facsimile collection of diplomatic documents covering British reactions to critical developments regarding Berlin, its quadripartite administration, and role in the Cold War during the crises of 1948-49, 1959-61 and 1988-90. These events were each set within very different international contexts, but four interrelated themes are nevertheless common to each of the three chapters of the volume: the British Government's insistence, in conjunction with the Americans and the French, on upholding and safeguarding the rights of the four occupying powers in Berlin; British concerns with broader matters of military security in Western Europe as a whole and Germany in particular; the interaction of the four occupying powers with one another; and the questions raised by demographic change, especially population movements from east to west. All of the documents dealing with the events of 1989-90 fall within the UK's 30-year rule and are therefore not yet in the public domain.

Slavery, Diplomacy and Empire - Britain and the Supression of the Slave Trade, 1807-1975 (Paperback): Keith Hamilton Slavery, Diplomacy and Empire - Britain and the Supression of the Slave Trade, 1807-1975 (Paperback)
Keith Hamilton
R1,358 R1,063 Discovery Miles 10 630 Save R295 (22%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Throughout the nineteenth century British governments engaged in a global campaign against the slave trade. They sought through coercion and diplomacy to suppress the trade on the high seas and in Africa and Asia. But, despite the Royal Navy's success in eradicating the transatlantic commerce in captive Africans, the forced migration of labour and other forms of people trafficking persisted. This collection of essays by specialist international, naval and slave trade historians examines the role played by individuals and institutions in the diplomacy of suppression, particularly the personnel of the Slave Trade Department of the Foreign Office and of the Mixed Commission Courts; the changing socio-religious character and methods of anti-slavery activists and the lobbyists; and the problems faced by the navy and those who served with its so-called 'Preventive Squadron' in seeking to combat the trade. ... Other contributions explore the difficulties confronting British diplomats in their efforts to reconcile their moral objections to slavery and the slave trade with Britain's imperial and strategic interests in Ottoman Turkey, Persia and the Arabian Peninsula; British reactions to the continued exploitation of forced labour in Portugal's African colonies; and the apparent reluctance of the Colonial Office to attempt any systematic reform of the 'master and servant' legislation in force in Britain's Caribbean possessions. The final chapter brings the story through the twentieth century, showing how the interests of the Foreign Office sometimes diverged from those of the Colonial Office, and considering how the changing face of slavery has made it the world-wide issue that it is today.

The Practice of Diplomacy - Its Evolution, Theory and Administration (Hardcover): Keith Hamilton, Richard Langthorne, Richard... The Practice of Diplomacy - Its Evolution, Theory and Administration (Hardcover)
Keith Hamilton, Richard Langthorne, Richard Langhorne
R4,677 Discovery Miles 46 770 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In the unstable international conditions of the post Cold War world, the role of diplomacy has taken on increasing importance with the greater complexity of relationships between international power centres. The Practice of Diplomacy tracks the historical development of diplomatic relations and methods from the earliest period up to their current transformations in the late twentieth century, showing how they have changed to encompass new technological advances and the needs of modern international environments. This coherent and accessible text brings the history of diplomacy fully up to date, exploring altered perspectives and newly emerging practices resulting from United Nations diplomacy and recent political developments in Eastern and central Europe, including the former Yugoslavia.

A Life Time of Love - Poems to Heal the Heart & Soul (Paperback): Hamilton Keith Hamilton, Keith Hamilton A Life Time of Love - Poems to Heal the Heart & Soul (Paperback)
Hamilton Keith Hamilton, Keith Hamilton
R230 Discovery Miles 2 300 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

These poems were written by Keith Hamilton over a course of many years. He wrote them to help others and to inspire those who read them. They are spiritually based, and Keith wrote them to help ohers who were grieving, or needed to be lifted in spirit. He had a love of family and a belief that we could be together as families forever in eternity.

Arms and Disarmament in Diplomacy (Paperback): Keith Hamilton, Edward Johnson Arms and Disarmament in Diplomacy (Paperback)
Keith Hamilton, Edward Johnson
R981 Discovery Miles 9 810 Out of stock

Armaments, their acquisition, employment, manufacture and supply, have, frequently in conjunction with initiatives aimed at avoiding and regulating conflict, been the subject matter of diplomacy throughout much of the 20th century. This book will seek, through nine essays by historians with a specialist interest in this field, to present a selection of case studies in which issues relating to armaments have figured large in diplomacy from the Hague Peace Conference of 1899 through until the early years of the United Nations. The essays draw upon the research of individual specialists to explore a theme which has otherwise been covered mainly by works which have confined themselves to narrower chronological periods. The book will through a number or related contributions help provide a fuller understanding of how since the end of the 19th century diplomacy has responded to, and to some extent been shaped by, problems posed by the perceived need to control and regulate armaments and war.

Berlin in the Cold War, 1948-1990 - Documents on British Policy Overseas, Series III, Vol. VI (Hardcover, New): Keith Hamilton,... Berlin in the Cold War, 1948-1990 - Documents on British Policy Overseas, Series III, Vol. VI (Hardcover, New)
Keith Hamilton, Patrick Salmon
R3,368 Discovery Miles 33 680 Out of stock

This volume consists of a book and fully searchable DVD containing a facsimile collection of diplomatic documents covering British reactions to critical developments regarding Berlin, its quadripartite administration, and role in the Cold War during the crises of 1948-49, 1959-61 and 1988-90.

These events were each set within very different international contexts, but four interrelated themes are nevertheless common to each of the three chapters of the volume: the British Government s insistence, in conjunction with the Americans and the French, on upholding and safeguarding the rights of the four occupying powers in Berlin; British concerns with broader matters of military security in Western Europe as a whole and Germany in particular; the interaction of the four occupying powers with one another; and the questions raised by demographic change, especially population movements from east to west. All of the documents dealing with the events of 1989-90 fall within the UK s 30-year rule and are therefore not yet in the public domain.

German Unification 1989-90 - Documents on British Policy Overseas, Series III, Volume VII (Hardcover): Patrick Salmon, Keith... German Unification 1989-90 - Documents on British Policy Overseas, Series III, Volume VII (Hardcover)
Patrick Salmon, Keith Hamilton, Stephen Robert Twigge
R3,547 Discovery Miles 35 470 Out of stock

This volume is comprised of a collection of diplomatic documents covering British reactions to, and policy towards, the collapse of the German Democratic Republic and the unification of Germany in 1989-90.

The peaceful unification of Germany in 1989-90 brought a dramatic end to the Cold War. This volume documents official British reactions to the collapse of East Germany and the fall of the Berlin Wall, and the evolution of British policy during the ?Two plus Four? negotiations that provided the international framework for the merger of the two German states. All of the documents fall within the UK's 30-year rule and have therefore not previously been in the public domain. Most are drawn from the archives of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, but there are also a large number of Prime Ministerial files from the Cabinet Office archives. These are of particular interest for the light they throw on the views of Margaret Thatcher. Taken together, the documents show that despite Mrs Thatcher's well-known reservations about German unity, the United Kingdom played a vital and constructive role in the negotiations that helped to bring it about.

This volume will be of great interest to students of International History, British Political History, and European Politics and International Relations in general.

Patrick Salmon is Chief Historian at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Keith Hamilton is a Historian at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Senior Editor of Documents on British Policy Overseas.

Stephen Twigge is a Senior Historian at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

The Practice of Diplomacy - Its Evolution, Theory and Administration (Hardcover, 2nd New edition): Keith Hamilton, Professor... The Practice of Diplomacy - Its Evolution, Theory and Administration (Hardcover, 2nd New edition)
Keith Hamilton, Professor Richard Langhorne
R3,255 Discovery Miles 32 550 Out of stock

Practice of Diplomacy has become established as a classic text in the study of diplomacy. This much-needed second edition is completely reworked and updated throughout and builds on the strengths of the original text with a strong empirical and historical focus. Topics new and updated for this edition include: * discussion of Ancient and non-European diplomacy including a more thorough treatment of pre-Hellenic and Muslim diplomacy and the diplomatic methods prevalent in the inter-state system of the Indian sub-continent * evaluation of human rights diplomacy from the nineteenth-century campaign against the slave trade onwards * a fully updated and revised account of the inter-war years and the diplomacy of the Cold War, drawing on the latest scholarship in the field * an entirely new chapter discussing core issues such as climate change; NGOs and coalitions of NGOs; trans-national corporations; foreign ministries and IGOs; the revolution in electronic communications; public diplomacy; transformational diplomacy and faith-based diplomacy. This text has established itself as a core text in the field of diplomacy and this new edition is absolutely essential reading for students and practitioners of diplomacy.

Documents on British Policy Overseas, v. 4 - Series 3; Berlin in the Cold War, 1948-90 (CD-ROM): Patrick Salmon, Keith... Documents on British Policy Overseas, v. 4 - Series 3; Berlin in the Cold War, 1948-90 (CD-ROM)
Patrick Salmon, Keith Hamilton, Stephen Robert Twigge
R3,595 Discovery Miles 35 950 Out of stock

This, the is the second volume of DBPO to be produced in electronic format, complements earlier volumes covering East/West relations since the Second World War. This, however, is a cross-series volume focusing exclusively on Berlin. Its documentation is not limited to a single chronological period, but extends over three narrowly defined, but widely separated, moments of Cold War history, 1948-49, 1959-61 and 1989-90, years which highlighted the significance of Germany's divided and occupied capital both as a source and a measure of East-West tensions in Europe. The Berlin airlift, the building of the Berlin wall, and finally its demolition twenty-eight years later, gave material meaning to a global contest often otherwise perceived in terms of ideology and superpower rivalry.These events were set within very different international contexts, and Britain's diplomatic involvement with them was conditioned by the emergence of two German states and the creation and consolidation of the Atlantic Alliance. Four interrelated themes are nevertheless common to each of the three chapters of the volume: the British Government's insistence, in conjunction with the Americans and the French, on upholding and safeguarding the rights of the four occupying powers in Berlin; British concerns with broader matters of military security in Western Europe as a whole and Germany in particular; the interaction of the four occupying powers with each other; and the questions raised by demographic change, especially population movements from east to west. All of the documents dealing with the events of 1989-90 fall within the 30-year rule and are therefore not yet in the public domain.

Documents on British Policy Overseas, v. 4 - Series 3; Berlin in the Cold War, 1948-90 (Multiple copy pack, New): Patrick... Documents on British Policy Overseas, v. 4 - Series 3; Berlin in the Cold War, 1948-90 (Multiple copy pack, New)
Patrick Salmon, Keith Hamilton, Stephen Robert Twigge
R3,595 Discovery Miles 35 950 Out of stock

This, the is the second volume of DBPO to be produced in electronic format, complements earlier volumes covering East/West relations since the Second World War. This, however, is a cross-series volume focusing exclusively on Berlin. Its documentation is not limited to a single chronological period, but extends over three narrowly defined, but widely separated, moments of Cold War history, 1948-49, 1959-61 and 1989-90, years which highlighted the significance of Germany's divided and occupied capital both as a source and a measure of East-West tensions in Europe. The Berlin airlift, the building of the Berlin wall, and finally its demolition twenty-eight years later, gave material meaning to a global contest often otherwise perceived in terms of ideology and superpower rivalry.These events were set within very different international contexts, and Britain's diplomatic involvement with them was conditioned by the emergence of two German states and the creation and consolidation of the Atlantic Alliance. Four interrelated themes are nevertheless common to each of the three chapters of the volume: the British Government's insistence, in conjunction with the Americans and the French, on upholding and safeguarding the rights of the four occupying powers in Berlin; British concerns with broader matters of military security in Western Europe as a whole and Germany in particular; the interaction of the four occupying powers with each other; and the questions raised by demographic change, especially population movements from east to west. All of the documents dealing with the events of 1989-90 fall within the 30-year rule and are therefore not yet in the public domain.

Transformational Diplomacy after the Cold War - Britain's Know How Fund in Post-Communist Europe, 1989-2003 (Hardcover,... Transformational Diplomacy after the Cold War - Britain's Know How Fund in Post-Communist Europe, 1989-2003 (Hardcover, New)
Keith Hamilton
R3,380 Discovery Miles 33 800 Out of stock

This book examines the 'Know How Fund', Britain's bilateral technical assistance programme in post-communist central and eastern Europe, devised in response to the end of the Cold War. The Know How Fund (KHF) was the technical assistance programme which Margaret Thatcher's government launched in the spring of 1989 to encourage Poland's transition from communism to democracy and free-market capitalism. It was subsequently extended to other countries of central and eastern Europe and might be considered a novel experiment in what the US secretary of state, Condoleezza Rice, would later term `transformational diplomacy'. Drawing upon still-closed records of the Cabinet Office, the Department for International Development (DFID) and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, this book explores the political origins of the KHF. In particular, the author examines its influence upon the transitional process in the lands of the former Soviet bloc; its part in attenuating the potentially destabilising effects of revolutionary change in Europe; the interdepartmental cooperation and rivalry to which its administration gave rise in Whitehall; and the links forged between officials and the worlds of business, finance and academe in project design and implementation. The volume offers new insights into Britain's reactions to the collapse of communism in central Europe and the Soviet Union; the role of aid in the making and conduct of British foreign policy; and the significance of New Labour's establishment of DFID as a separate government department. This book will be of much interest to students of British Foreign Policy, Diplomacy Studies, European history, Post-Communist Transitions and IR in general.

Transformational Diplomacy after the Cold War - Britain's Know How Fund in Post-Communist Europe, 1989-2003 (Paperback):... Transformational Diplomacy after the Cold War - Britain's Know How Fund in Post-Communist Europe, 1989-2003 (Paperback)
Keith Hamilton
R1,178 Discovery Miles 11 780 Out of stock

This book examines the 'Know How Fund', Britain's bilateral technical assistance programme in post-communist central and eastern Europe, devised in response to the end of the Cold War. The Know How Fund (KHF) was the technical assistance programme which Margaret Thatcher's government launched in the spring of 1989 to encourage Poland's transition from communism to democracy and free-market capitalism. It was subsequently extended to other countries of central and eastern Europe and might be considered a novel experiment in what the US secretary of state, Condoleezza Rice, would later term 'transformational diplomacy'. Drawing upon still-closed records of the Cabinet Office, the Department for International Development (DFID) and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, this book explores the political origins of the KHF. In particular, the author examines its influence upon the transitional process in the lands of the former Soviet bloc; its part in attenuating the potentially destabilising effects of revolutionary change in Europe; the interdepartmental cooperation and rivalry to which its administration gave rise in Whitehall; and the links forged between officials and the worlds of business, finance and academe in project design and implementation. The volume offers new insights into Britain's reactions to the collapse of communism in central Europe and the Soviet Union; the role of aid in the making and conduct of British foreign policy; and the significance of New Labour's establishment of DFID as a separate government department. This book will be of much interest to students of British Foreign Policy, Diplomacy Studies, European history, Post-Communist Transitions and IR in general.

The Southern Flank in Crisis, 1973-1976 - Series III, Volume V: Documents on British Policy Overseas (Paperback): Keith... The Southern Flank in Crisis, 1973-1976 - Series III, Volume V: Documents on British Policy Overseas (Paperback)
Keith Hamilton, Patrick Salmon
R1,259 Discovery Miles 12 590 Out of stock

A fascinating collection of British foreign policy documents covering reactions in Whitehall to political change and revolution in the Mediterranean basin from 1973 to 1976.

This volume contains many previously unpublished documents, including Joint Intelligence Committee papers, which cast new light on key events, such as the international crisis triggered by the coup against Archbishop Makarios in Cyprus, Turkey s military intervention in the island, the overthrow of the Caetano regime in Portugal, and the death of Franco in Spain.

During 1973-76, years generally associated with East/West detente in Europe, NATO s southern flank was plunged into crisis by a revolution in Portugal and a coup d etat in Cyprus. Political turmoil in Portugal, Turkey s military intervention in Cyprus, the collapse of the military government in Greece, and the threat of a Greco-Turkish War, all emphasized the vulnerability of the alliance to regime change in the Mediterranean. The Western allies had also to prepare for the death of two ageing dictators in Spain and Yugoslavia, and the possible entry of Communists into government in France and Italy. This volume draws upon the records of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the Cabinet Office and the Ministry of Defence, to document the reactions of Harold Wilson s Labour government to these developments.

This book will be of great interest to all students of contemporary British history, international history, European history, international relations, politics and diplomacy."

The Southern Flank in Crisis, 1973-1976 - Series III, Volume V: Documents on British Policy Overseas (Hardcover): Keith... The Southern Flank in Crisis, 1973-1976 - Series III, Volume V: Documents on British Policy Overseas (Hardcover)
Keith Hamilton, Patrick Salmon
R3,548 Discovery Miles 35 480 Out of stock

A fascinating collection of British foreign policy documents covering reactions in Whitehall to political change and revolution in the Mediterranean basin from 1973 to 1976. This volume contains many previously unpublished documents, including Joint Intelligence Committee papers, which cast new light on key events, such as the international crisis triggered by the coup against Archbishop Makarios in Cyprus, Turkey's military intervention in the island, the overthrow of the Caetano regime in Portugal, and the death of Franco in Spain. During 1973-76, years generally associated with East/West detente in Europe, NATO's southern flank was plunged into crisis by a revolution in Portugal and a coup d'etat in Cyprus. Political turmoil in Portugal, Turkey's military intervention in Cyprus, the collapse of the military government in Greece, and the threat of a Greco-Turkish War, all emphasized the vulnerability of the alliance to regime change in the Mediterranean. The Western allies had also to prepare for the death of two ageing dictators in Spain and Yugoslavia, and the possible entry of Communists into government in France and Italy. This volume draws upon the records of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the Cabinet Office and the Ministry of Defence, to document the reactions of Harold Wilson's Labour government to these developments. This book will be of great interest to all students of contemporary British history, international history, European history, international relations, politics and diplomacy.

The Practice of Diplomacy - Its Evolution, Theory and Administration (Paperback, 2nd New edition): Keith Hamilton, Professor... The Practice of Diplomacy - Its Evolution, Theory and Administration (Paperback, 2nd New edition)
Keith Hamilton, Professor Richard Langhorne
R850 R765 Discovery Miles 7 650 Save R85 (10%) Out of stock

Practice of Diplomacy has become established as a classic text in the study of diplomacy. This much-needed second edition is completely reworked and updated throughout and builds on the strengths of the original text with a strong empirical and historical focus. Topics new and updated for this edition include: * Discussion of Ancient and non-European diplomacy including a more thorough treatment of pre-Hellenic and Muslim diplomacy and the diplomatic methods prevalent in the inter-state system of the Indian sub-continent. * Evaluation of human rights diplomacy from the nineteenth-century campaign against the slave trade onwards * A fully updated and revised account of the inter-war years and the diplomacy of the Cold War, drawing on the latest scholarship in the field. * An entirely new chapter discussing core issues such as climate change; NGOs and coalitions of NGOs; trans-national corporations; foreign ministries and IGOs; the revolution in electronic communications; public diplomacy; transformational diplomacy and faith-based diplomacy. This text has established itself as a core text in the field of diplomacy and this new edition is absolutely essential reading for students and practitioners of diplomacy.

The Practice of Diplomacy - Its Evolution, Theory and Administration (Paperback, New): Keith Hamilton, Richard Langthorne,... The Practice of Diplomacy - Its Evolution, Theory and Administration (Paperback, New)
Keith Hamilton, Richard Langthorne, Richard Langhorne
R930 R833 Discovery Miles 8 330 Save R97 (10%) Out of stock


In the unstable international conditions of the post-cold-war world, the role of diplomacy has taken on increasing importance with the greater complexity of relationships betwen international power centres. The Practice of Diplomacy tracks the historical development of diplomatic relations and methods from the earliest period up to their current transformations in the late twentieth century, showing how they have changed to encompass new technological advances and the needs of modern international environments. This coherent and accessible text brings the history of diplomacy fully up to date, exploring altered perspectives and newly emerging practices resulting from United Nations diplomcay and recent political developments in Eastern and central Europe, including the former Yugoslavia.

American Moor (Paperback): Keith Hamilton Cobb American Moor (Paperback)
Keith Hamilton Cobb
R334 Discovery Miles 3 340 Out of stock

The intelligent, intuitive, indomitable, large, black, American male actor explores Shakespeare, race, and America ... not necessarily in that order. Keith Hamilton Cobb embarks on a poetic exploration that examines the experience and perspective of black men in America through the metaphor of Shakespeare's character Othello, offering up a host of insights that are by turns introspective and indicting, difficult and deeply moving. American Moor is a play about race in America, but it is also a play about who gets to make art, who gets to play Shakespeare, about whose lives and perspectives matter, about actors and acting, and about the nature of unadulterated love. American Moor has been seen across America, including a successful run off-Broadway in 2019. This edition features an introduction by Professor Kim F. Hall, Barnard College.

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