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Security in British Politics, 1945-99 by Dan Keohane

Security in British Politics, 1945-99 by Dan Keohane

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Author
Dan Keohane
Publisher
Palgrave MacMillan
Date of release
Pages
240
ISBN
9780312235727
Binding
Hardcover
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Dan Keohane examines the main British political parties' attitude to Britain's policy on three key security issues, namely the use of force, nuclear weapons, and security in Northern Ireland. He analyzes how each of the parties viewed conflicts at Suez, the Falklands, and the Gulf, elucidates their persepective on nuclear weapons, and concludes with a review of their attitudes towards security for Northern Ireland. The book find the parties' policies reflect their distinctive views on security while international conditions often severely affect the policy persued.


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