Britain and the Origins of the Cold War View Full Text


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DATE

2003

AUTHORS

Erik Goldstein

ABSTRACT

The foreign policy of the United Kingdom towards the Soviet Union after the Second World War was rooted in Britain’s traditional policy toward Russia, stretching back at least to the nineteenth century. Geo-politics even more than ideological rivalry have shaped British reactions to Russian intentions and other than during two brief periods of coalition with Russia in the two world wars, and only then in the face of a common enemy, the normal condition of Anglo-Russian relations has been one of rivalry, mutual distrust and suspicion. The British response has been to seek to contain the perceived threat emanating from Russia. Containment is usually associated with United States policy during the Cold War, but as a tactic of statecraft it is much older and was practised by Britain against Russia from the nineteenth century. The result has been an intermittent Anglo-Russian Cold War for over two centuries. More... »

PAGES

7-14

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TITLE

Cold War Britain

ISBN

978-1-349-50756-6
978-1-4039-1978-6

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