Aspects of British Politics: 1904—1919 accounts the various reaction to the various changes in British foreign policy at the dawn of the 20th century. The title also covers the implications of the First World War on British diplomatic relations. The text first covers international friendship, and then proceeds tackling the developments in Whitehall. Next, the selection deals with the opinions and realities. The text also discusses the liberals in war time. The fifth chapter talks about the changes in British policy when new officials came into power. The next chapter deals with propaganda and economic warfare. The seventh chapter details the Anglo-American relations, and the last chapter discusses the demand for a democratic foreign policy. The book will be of great interest to economists, diplomats, political scientists, sociologists, and historians.
Table of Contents
Introduction 1. International Friendship 2. Developments in Whitehall 3. Opinions and Realities 4. Liberals in War Time 5. New Men and New Ways 6. Propaganda and Economic Warfare 7. Anglo-American Relations 8. The Demand for a Democratic Foreign Policy Index