‘That elusive entity British policy in Russia’: the Impact of Russia on British Policy at the Paris Peace Conference

@inproceedings{Neilson2001ThatEE,
  title={‘That elusive entity British policy in Russia’: the Impact of Russia on British Policy at the Paris Peace Conference},
  author={K. Neilson},
  year={2001}
}
  • K. Neilson
  • Published 2001
  • Political Science
  • In the middle of May 1919, Lord Robert Cecil, the former parliamentary undersecretary at the Foreign Office and a leading member of the British delegation to Paris, noted that yet another decision at the Peace Conference depended on ‘that elusive entity British policy in Russia’.1 There have been a number of attempts to determine what was the latter.2 There have been a much larger number of efforts to determine British policy at Paris.3 There has not, however, been a study that looks at the two… CONTINUE READING
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