This collection of essays delves into issues associated with British foreign policy in the ten years that Headlam-Morley worked with the Foreign Office in early twentieth century Britain. Originally published in 1930, the issues discussed in this volume include disarmament, treaties and security problems as well as discussions of the international relationship between Great Britain and countries such as Egypt, Greece and Russia. This title will be of interest to students of History and International Politics.
Table of Contents
Preface; 1. Introduction 2. The British Government and Arbitration 3. British Policy toward Egypt 4. Treaties of Guarantee 5. The Guarantee to Greece by the Three Protecting Powers 6. The Problem of Security 7. The Acquisition of Cyprus in 1878 8. The Black Sea, The Bosphorus and the Dardanelles 9. Proposals for the Reduction of Armaments; Index