In the Search for Response to the Challenges of a New Epoch: Foreign Office and the British External Policy in the Early 1920s
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In the Search for Response to the Challenges of a New Epoch: Foreign Office and the British External Policy in the Early 1920s
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S207987840002046-9-1
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10.18254/S0002046-9-1
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Evgeny Sergeev 
Affiliation: Institute of World History. State Academic University for the Humanities
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
Abstract
The chapter highlights the transformation of structure, staffing and modus operandi of one of the UK most important government departments — Ministry for Foreign Affairs (Foreign Office) in a key period of the Versailles world-order genesis. The author focuses on new global and regional challenges, which the British ruling elite were confronted with, in an effort to adapt the centre of the empire and its dependent territories to the reali-ties of the continuing geopolitical rivalry, including the “exports of revolution” by Bolshevik Russia and the emergence of national liberation movement.
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Great Britain’s foreign policy, Committee of Imperial Defence, Coalition Cabinet, Foreign Office, D. Lloyd George, A. J. Balfour, G. N. Curzon
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14.12.2017
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19.01.2018
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