Mitterrand's France in the Atlantic System: A Foreign Policy of Accommodation
Michael M. Harrison discusses the sources, content, and effects of the foreign policies of a Socialist France. He argues that ill-conceived Socialist economic policies have undermined Mitterrand's foreign policy efforts and enhanced tensions in the Atlantic system.
The Politics of Grandeur: Ideological Aspects of de Gaulle's Foreign Policy, Philip G. Cerny Reviewed by Michael M. Harrison
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