Arms Transfers Neutrality and Britain s Role in the Cold War

British Intelligence, Strategy and the Cold War, 1945–51, London and New York: Routledge, 1992, pp. 166–192. Kent, John, “British Policy and the Origins of the Cold War”, in Leffler, Melvyn P.; Painter, David S. (eds.) ...

Author: Marco Wyss

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9004234411

Category: History

Page: 423

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Marco Wyss examines the extensive Anglo-Swiss armaments relationship between 1945 and 1958 in light of their bilateral relations, and thereby assesses the role of arms transfers, neutrality and Britain, as well as the two countries' relationship during the Cold War.

Neutrality and Neutralism in the Global Cold War

12 S. Moores, ' “Neutral on our Side”: US Policy towards Sweden during the Eisenhower Administration', Cold War History, ... 16 M. Wyss, Arms Transfers, Neutrality and Britain's Role in the Cold War: Anglo- Swiss Relations 1945–1958, ...

Author: Sandra Bott

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317502701

Category: History

Page: 238

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This book sheds new light on the foreign policies, roles, and positions of neutral states and the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) in the global Cold War. The volume places the neutral states and the NAM in the context of the Cold War and demonstrates the links between the East, the West, and the so-called Third World. In doing so, this collection provides readers an alternative way of exploring the evolution and impact of the Cold War on North-South connections that challenges traditional notions of the post-1945 history of international relations. The various contributions are framed against the backdrop of the evolution of the Cold War international system and the decolonization process in the Southern hemisphere. By juxtaposing the policies of European neutrals and countries of the NAM, this book offers new perspectives on the evolution of the Cold War. With the links between these two groups of countries receiving very little attention in Cold War scholarship, the volume thus offers a window into a hitherto neglected perspective on the Cold War. Via a series of case studies, the chapters here present new viewpoints on the evolution of the global Cold War through the exploration of the ensuing internal and (mainly) external policy choices of these nations. This book will be of much interest to students of Cold War Studies, international history, foreign policy, security studies and IR in general.

The Fear and the Freedom

Westad, Odd Arne, The Global Cold War (Cambridge University Press, 2007) Wettig, Gerhard, Stalin and the Cold War in Europe ... Marco, Arms Transfers, Neutrality and Britain's Role in the Cold War (Boston, MA: Brill, 2012) Yizhar, S., ...

Author: Keith Lowe

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 0241966493

Category: History

Page: 480

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The Second World War was one of the most catastrophic events in human history. But how did the experience and memory of bloodshed affect our relationships with each other and the world? The new order, as it emerged after 1945, saw the end of European empires and the birth of two new superpowers, whose wrangling would lead to a new, global Cold War. Scientists delivered new technologies, architects planned buildings to rise from the rubble, politicians fantasized about overhauled societies, people changed their nationalities and dreamed of new lives. As well as analyzing the major changes, The Fear and the Freedom uses the stores of how ordinary people coped with the post-war world and turned one of the greatest traumas in history into an opportunity for change. This is the definitive exploration of the aftermath of WWII - and the impact it still has today on our nations, cities and families.

US Foreign Policy in the Middle East

Arms transfers, neutrality and Britain's role in the Cold War: Anglo-Swiss relations 1945–1958. Danvers, MA: Koninklijke Brill NV. “X”. (1947). The sources of Soviet conduct. Foreign Affairs, 25, 566–582. Yaqub, S. (2004).

Author: Bledar Prifti

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3319453270

Category: Political Science

Page: 232

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This book provides a comprehensive historical overview of US foreign policy in the Middle East using the theoretical framework of offensive realism and highlighting the role of geography and regional power distribution in guiding foreign policy. It argues that the US has been pursuing the same geostrategic interests from President Truman’s policy of containment to President Obama’s speak softly and carry a big stick policy, and contends that the US-Iran relationship has been largely characterized by continued cooperation due to shared geostrategic interests. The book highlights the continuity in US foreign policy over the last seven decades and offers a prediction for US foreign policy in reaction to current and future global events. As such, it will serve as a reference guide for not only scholars but also policy analysts and practitioners.

Britain Sweden and the Cold War 1945 54

Understanding Neutrality J. Aunesluoma ... economic relations with Britain 1945 trade and payments agreement, 28 1947 trade and payments agreements, 32 arms exports policy, 9, 61–2, 66–7, 79, 88, 96–103, 104–5, 124, 164 trade, xiv, 5, ...

Author: J. Aunesluoma

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 0230596258

Category: Political Science

Page: 211

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Juhana Aunesluoma considers the ways in which Scandinavia's, in particular neutral Sweden's, relationship was forged with the Western powers after the Second World War. He argues that during the early cold war Britain had a special role in Scandinavia and in the ways in which Western oriented neutrality became a part of the international system. New evidence is presented on British, American and Swedish foreign and defence policies regarding neutrality in the cold war.

Britain Sweden and the Cold War

Juhana Aunesluoma considers the ways in which Scandinavia's, in particular neutral Sweden's, relationship was forged with the Western powers after the Second World War.

Author: Juhana Aunesluoma

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN: 9780333981931

Category: Political Science

Page: 240

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Juhana Aunesluoma considers the ways in which Scandinavia's, in particular neutral Sweden's, relationship was forged with the Western powers after the Second World War. He argues that during the early cold war Britain had a special role in Scandinavia and in the ways in which Western oriented neutrality became a part of the international system. New evidence is presented on British, American and Swedish foreign and defense policies regarding neutrality in the cold war.

Moral Issues in International Affairs

101: and arms trade, 207–8, 209; strategic, 121, 126, 128–31, 134–6 Russian expansionism, 157 Switzerland, 117, 121–3, ... 141 Finnish neutrality, 124–5, 127-8 Gulf War, 41 Korean War, 41 realist reasoning, 44 regionalism, 223 and USA, ...

Author: Bill McSweeney

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1349264644

Category: Political Science

Page: 265

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A number of eminent international scholars have come together in this volume to address the question of morality in international affairs and to explore some of the central, normative issues which arise in the context of European integration. The essays examine the general question of morality and address specific areas of concern in the proposals for further integration..

Malevolent Neutrality

"The Spanish Civil War was fought from 17 July 1936 to 1 April 1939 between the Republicans, who were loyal to the established Spanish Republic, and the Nationalists, a rebel group led by General Francisco Franco.

Author: Douglas Little

Publisher: Ithaca : Cornell University Press

ISBN:

Category: Great Britain

Page: 304

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"The Spanish Civil War was fought from 17 July 1936 to 1 April 1939 between the Republicans, who were loyal to the established Spanish Republic, and the Nationalists, a rebel group led by General Francisco Franco. The Nationalists prevailed, and Franco ruled Spain for the next 36 years, from 1939 until his death in 1975"--Wikipedia.

Singapore and Switzerland

Breaking from Swiss traditional isolationism under “armed neutrality”, Switzerland's former foreign minister ... camp during the Cold War; its 'implicit alliance' with the UK and US was demonstrated through Swiss arms sales as well as ...

Author: Yvonne Guo

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9814651419

Category: Political Science

Page: 352

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The cases of Singapore and Switzerland present a fascinating puzzle: how have two small states achieved similar levels of success through divergent pathways? Are both approaches equally sustainable, and what lessons do they hold for each other? While Singapore is the archetypal developmental state, whose success can be attributed to strong political leadership and long-term planning, Switzerland's success is a more organic process, due to the propitious convergence of strong industries and a resilient citizenry. Yet throughout the course of their development, both countries have had to deal with the dual challenges of culturally heterogeneous populations and challenging regional contexts. Edited by Yvonne Guo and Jun Jie Woo, with forewords from Ambassadors Thomas Kupfer and Tommy Koh, Singapore and Switzerland: Secrets to Small State Success features contributions from distinguished scholars and policymakers who explore the dynamics of two small states which have topped international rankings in a dazzling array of policy areas, from economic competitiveness to education to governance, but whose pathways to success could not be more different. Contents:Foreword by Ambassador Thomas KupferForeword by Ambassador Tommy KohPrefaceIntroduction and Background: The Trajectories of History, Politics and EconomicsPublic Administration in Singapore and Switzerland (Yvonne Guo and Andreas Ladner)Neutrality, Balancing or Engagement? Comparing the Singaporean and Swiss Approaches in Small-State Diplomacy (Yvonne Guo and J J Woo)Trade Policy: The Status Quo and The Quo Vadis of Trade Liberalisation (Michael Anliker)Small States as Banking Powerhouses: Financial Sector Policy in Singapore and Switzerland (Yvonne Guo and J J Woo)Land Transport Policy: Urban Infrastructure in Singapore and Switzerland (Bruno Wildermuth)SMEs: Challenges, Potential for Mutual Learning and Implications for Policymakers (Manuel Baeuml)Recent Trends in First-Class World Competitiveness: Singapore and Switzerland in Global Entrepreneurship Rankings (Philippe Régnier and Pascal Wild)Singapore and Switzerland: Success Stories in Education (Suzanne Hraba-Renevey and Yvonne Guo)United in Diversity? Managing Multiculturalism in Singapore and Switzerland (Yvonne Guo)Migration Policies: Lessons from the Singaporean and Swiss Experiences (Hui Weng Tat and Cindy Helfer)Power Resources and Income Inequality in Singapore and Switzerland (Mehmet Kerem Çoban)ConclusionAbout the AuthorsIndexReviews of the Book Readership: Policymakers; undergraduates and postgraduates in political science, economics, and international affairs.

Toward Managed Peace

... 133–34 , arms sales and , 144-45 , 150–51 ; World War I and , 187 , 192. See also Impressment ; Neutral rights at sea Neutrality Act of 1794 , 81 , 85 Neutral rights at sea , 96–97 , 134–35 ; Britain and , 82–84 , 107 , 136 Nevins ...

Author: Eugene V. Rostow

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 9780300063165

Category: Political Science

Page: 420

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Argues that the security of the United States cannot be protected by reducing its involvement in international affairs. The book contends that the most vital security interest of the nation is in the effective functioning of the state system as a system of peace.