Diplomacy

    Living the Cold War

    By Christopher Mallaby

    Hardback £14.46

    An insider's account of the Cold War as seen by a key diplomat abroad and in London. A privileged view of work that won the Cold War, written with humour and insight.

    British Embassies: Their Diplomatic and Architectural History

    By James Stourton

    Hardback £26.46

    A unique and glamorous book about British Imperial and post-Imperial architecture. Also a lively and evocative read for anyone interested in the international projection of British power and culture, particularly in connection with the Empire.

    Secretaries and Statecraft in the Early Modern World

    By Paul M. Dover

    Hardback £17.45

    Encompassing a variety of cultural and institutional settings, these essays examine how state secretaries, prime ministers and favourites managed diplomatic personnel and the information flows they generated. They explore how these officials balanced domestic and international matters, and state and personal amitions.

    Lost Palace: The British Embassy in Berlin

    By Julia Toffolo

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    A history of the British Embassy in Berlin.

    Go-Betweens for Hitler

    By Karina Urbach

    Paperback Save £2.74 = £10.25

    The untold story of how Germany's top aristocrats contributed to Hitler's secret diplomacy during the Third Reich, providing a direct line to their influential contacts and relations across Europe, especially in Britain.

    Losing an Enemy

    By Trita Parsi

    Hardback Save £1.29 = £23.71

    The definitive book on Obama's historic nuclear deal with Iran from the author of the Foreign Affairs Best Book on the Middle East in 2012

    British Foreign Policy After Brexit

    By Ludlow

    Paperback £10.25

    A major examination of Britain's foreign policy choices in the wake of Brexit.

    Destined for War: can America and China escape Thucydides\'s Trap?

    By Graham Allison

    Paperback Save £5.14 = £13.85

    China and the United States are heading toward a war neither wants. The reason, argues Harvard scholar Graham Allison in this razor-sharp analysis, is Thucydides's Trap. This phenomenon, as old as history itself, is named for the Greek historian's assessment of why the Peloponnesian War broke out: a rising power...

    Independent Diplomat

    By Carne Ross

    Paperback £9.95

    'Independent Diplomat' is a compelling insider's account of the foreign policy world.

    Tolerance in World History

    By Peter Stearns

    Paperback Save £2.07 = £27.92

    This volume draws together the many discrete studies of tolerance to create a global and comprehensive synthesis. In a concise text, author Peter Stearns makes connections across time periods and key regions, to help clarify the record and the relationship between current tolerance patterns and those of the past. The...

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