British Diplomats and Diplomacy, 1688-1800
Jeremy Black is Professor of History at the University of Exeter and is one of the world's leading military historians. He works on post-1500 military history and also on eighteenth-century British history, international relations, cartographic history and newspaper history. His many publications include 'History of the British Isles', 'War and the World, 1450–2000', 'Why Wars Happen', 'Maps and History' and 'Maps of Politics'.
Preface Abbreviations 1. Introduction: The Diplomacy of a Rising World Power 2. The Choice of Envoys 3. Effectiveness 4. The 'English Plan' of Diplomacy 5. Means of Control 6. The Diplomatic Life 7. Diplomats and the Information Society 8. Diplomacy and British Foreign Policy Appendix: Sources Notes Selected Further Reading Index
Size: 239 x 163 mm
Publication: March 1, 2001