British Foreign Policy: The New Labour Years

Hardcover | August 15, 2011

EditorOliver Daddow, Jamie Gaskarth

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A major review of New Labour's foreign policy from leading experts. This book re-imagines policy thinking, away from Churchill's idea of Britain as at the intersection of 'three circles' (the English speaking world, Europe, and the Commonwealth) and towards a new conceptual model that takes into account identity, ethics and power.

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A major review of New Labour's foreign policy from leading experts. This book re-imagines policy thinking, away from Churchill's idea of Britain as at the intersection of 'three circles' (the English speaking world, Europe, and the Commonwealth) and towards a new conceptual model that takes into account identity, ethics and power.

OLIVER DADDOW is Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations at the University of Loughborough, UK. His research interests are in British foreign policy, discourse analysis and historical theory. Amongst several books and articles, he is the author of New Labour and the European Union: Blair and Brown's Logic of History (2...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:288 pages, 8.86 × 5.76 × 0.96 inPublished:August 15, 2011Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230280420

ISBN - 13:9780230280427

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Table of Contents

Foreword; S.Wall
Introduction: Blair, Brown and New Labour's Foreign Policy, 1997-2010; J.Gaskarth & O.Daddow
PART I: IDENTITY
The New Labour Governments and Britain's Role in the World; D.McCourt
New Labour, Devolution and British Identity: The Foreign Policy Consequences; P.Schnapper
New Labour, Leadership, and Foreign Policy-making after 1997; S.Dyson
Identity and New Labour's Strategic Foreign Policy Thinking; J.Gaskarth
PART 2: ETHICS
From 'Ethical Foreign Policy' to National Security Strategy: Exporting Domestic Incoherence; T.McCormack
A Difficult Relationship: Britain's 'Doctrine of International Community and America's 'War on Terror'; J.Ralph
New Labour and Nuclear Weapons; D.Allen
PART 3: POWER
Still 'leading from the edge'? New Labour and the European Union; P.Holden
Britain's Relations with China Under New Labour: Engagement and Repulsion?; K.Brown
From Asset to Liability: Blair, Brown and the 'Special Relationship; M.Phythian
New Labour, Defence and the 'War on Terror'; M.Taylor
Conclusion; O.Daddow