1st Edition

Britain, Spain and Gibraltar 1945-1990 The Eternal Triangle

By R. H. Haigh, D S Morris, D. S. Morris Copyright 1992
    196 Pages
    by Routledge

    192 Pages
    by Routledge

    Since 1945 Gibraltar's sovereignty has repeatedly been questioned. A strategic possession overlooking Africa at the mouth of the Mediterranean, Gibraltar is the victim of both history and geography and continues to be the barometer of Anglo-Spanish relations. Arguing that Gibraltar has played a much more proactive role in negotiations than is assumed, the book describes the objectives and actions of the Gibraltarians against the wider map of Anglo-Spanish relations.

    1. The Awakening Problem 2. The Problem Grows 3. A Deepening Problem 4. No Solution in Sight 5. Continuing Gloom 6. A Glimmer of Hope 7. Hope is Succoured 8. Signs of Progess 9. Other Priorities 10. Hope Renewed 11. Partial Resolution 12. An Eye to the Future


    R. H. Haigh (Author) ,  D S Morris (Author) ,  D. S. Morris (Author)

    `The book should appeal to observers, commentators and students of Gibraltar and its people... an essential purchase.' - Gibraltar Chronicle