Britain and the Revolutions in Eastern Europe, 1989 Documents on British Policy Overseas, Series III, Volume XII
The Unwinding of Apartheid: UK-South African Relations, 1986-1990 Documents on British Policy Overseas, Series III, Volume XI
Transformational Diplomacy after the Cold War Britain’s Know How Fund in Post-Communist Europe, 1989-2003
The Challenge of Apartheid: UK–South African Relations, 1985–1986 Documents on British Policy Overseas. Series III, Volume IX
The Polish Crisis and Relations with Eastern Europe, 1979-1982 Documents on British Policy Overseas, Series III, Volume X
European Recovery and the Search for Western Security, 1946-1948 Documents on British Policy Overseas, Series I, Volume XI
Berlin in the Cold War, 1948-1990 Documents on British Policy Overseas, Series III, Vol. VI
The Brussels and North Atlantic Treaties, 1947-1949 Documents on British Policy Overseas, Series I, Volume X
Edited By Richard Smith
August 27, 2019
This volume documents the UK Government’s response to the unfolding social and political changes in Eastern Europe during 1989. The year 1989 saw momentous change in Europe. It was the year in which Communist rule in Eastern Europe finally ended: with mass demonstrations, an end to one-Party rule, ...
Edited By Patrick Salmon
January 15, 2019
This volume examines diplomatic relations between the United Kingdom and South Africa from 1986 to 1990, when deadlock gave way to the first stages in the unwinding of apartheid. By the middle of 1986, the South African Government had succeeded in containing the township revolt, but its hesitant ...
By Keith Hamilton
August 23, 2018
This book examines the 'Know How Fund', Britain’s bilateral technical assistance programme in post-communist central and eastern Europe, devised in response to the end of the Cold War. The Know How Fund (KHF) was the technical assistance programme which Margaret Thatcher’s government launched in ...
Edited By Sir David Hannay
October 30, 2000
In January 1972 Britain signed the Treaty of Acccession to the European Community. Sir Con O'Neill, a key figure in the negotiations, gives an analysis of negotiations which had an impact on Britain's relations with Europe, and insights into the processes of multilateral diplomacy....
Edited By Patrick Salmon
April 10, 2018
This volume examines diplomatic relations between the United Kingdom and South Africa during one of the most turbulent periods of the apartheid era. The crisis of apartheid that began in 1984 provoked international outrage on an unprecedented scale. This volume documents the attempt by the British ...
Edited By Isabelle Tombs, Richard Smith
March 01, 2017
This volume presents a collection of diplomatic documents describing Britain’s relations with Eastern Europe from 1979 to 1982, with special focus on the crisis in Poland. After coming to power in 1979, the Conservative Government of Margaret Thatcher reaffirmed a policy of ‘differentiation’ ...
Edited By Gill Bennett, Patrick Salmon
December 02, 2016
This volume documents the British Government’s response from mid-1946 to early 1948 to the twin challenges of economic recovery and the search for a meaningful Western security framework in the face of the increasing polarisation of Europe into Eastern and Western spheres of influence. Although ...
Edited By Gill Bennett, Keith A. Hamilton
January 21, 2016
Drawing on records of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, this work focuses on Britain's role in the Mutual and Balanced Force Reductions in Vienna, and British policy towards the Soviet Union and its satellites. British reactions to detente between the superpowers are charted....
Edited By Keith Hamilton, Patrick Salmon
August 04, 2015
This volume consists of a book and fully searchable DVD containing a facsimile collection of diplomatic documents covering British reactions to critical developments regarding Berlin, its quadripartite administration, and role in the Cold War during the crises of 1948-49, 1959-61 and 1988-90. ...
Edited By Tony Insall, Patrick Salmon
August 14, 2014
This volume documents the drafting, negotiation and signature of the treaty that has been the cornerstone of European defence for the past sixty-five years: the North Atlantic Treaty signed in April 1949. The story begins at the end of 1947, when the British Foreign Secretary, Ernest Bevin, ...
By Richard Mayne
September 12, 2014
Wilton Park was once a secret camp for interrogating enemy generals during World War II. But it took on its true, unique role in 1946 as a training centre for German prisoners-of-war. This volume tells of its history and the extraordinary life of Heinz Koeppler, its founding father....
Edited By S.R. Ashton, G. Bennett, K. Hamilton
July 17, 2014
An examination of Britain's relations with China from the end of the World War II to the outbreak of the Korean War in 1950. This volume demonstrates how Britain's effort to recover something of its pre-war commercial pre-eminence in China were handicapped by its post-war financial weakness....