The Curzon Ultimatum to Soviet Russia in 1923 as One of the Distantion of the Consequences of the First World War: a New Interpretation
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The Curzon Ultimatum to Soviet Russia in 1923 as One of the Distantion of the Consequences of the First World War: a New Interpretation
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S207987840001429-0-2
DOI
10.18254/S0001429-0-2
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Article
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Abstract
The article reveals the features of the crisis in the Soviet-British relations caused by the diplomatic note which Lord Curzon, the head of the Foreign Office, addressed to the Soviet Government in Moscow in May, 1923. The author makes a compelling case for a new interpreta-tion of this episode in the eventful history of bilateral relations attesting to their contradictory nature and complex dynamics.
Keywords
Soviet-British relations, British foreign policy, diplomatic recognition of the USSR, Soviet-British contradictions in the Eastern countries, Lord Curzon’s activity as the head of the Foreign Office
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21.04.2016
Publication date
14.05.2016
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