Reagan and Thatcher's Special Relationship : Latin America and Anglo American Relations
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Yayıncı Edinburgh University Press ( 06 / 2015 ) ISBN 9780748686063 | Ciltli | İngilizce | 256 Sayfa | Türler Uluslararası İlişkiler
This book offers a unique insight into one of the most controversial political relationships in recent history. This insightful and original exploration of the important but unequal relationship between Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher offers a new regionally focused approach to the study of Anglo American relations. It explores the tension and crises that marked the relationship emanating from the turbulent Latin American region and Anglo American efforts to normalise relations in the crises' aftermath. This new interpretation of the Reagan Thatcher relationship analyses pivotal moments including the Falklands War, the US invasion of Grenada, the Anglo Guatemalan dispute over Belize and the contentious US involvement in Nicaragua. Its use of recently released primary documents and elite interviews reveal new evidence which provide an alternative vantage point from which to assess the so called Special Relationship. It is based on strong documentary analysis including new, revealing primary documents from both British and American archival sources. It draws on recent interviews with former aides/advisers to the Prime Minister, members of the Thatcher government and a member of the FCO. It includes interviewees such as: Lord Geoffrey Howe, Lord Michael Heseltine, Lord Cecil Parkinson, Sir John Nott, Sir Bernard Ingham, Lord Charles Powell, Baroness Gloria Hooper and Sir Adrian Beamish.