British foreign policy, national identity, and neoclassical realism

@inproceedings{Hadfield2010BritishFP,
  title={British foreign policy, national identity, and neoclassical realism},
  author={A. Hadfield},
  year={2010}
}
Introduction Chapter 1: Conceptual Foundations: Neoclassical Realism, Foreign Policy Analysis, and National Identity Chapter 2: Analyzing National Identity, National Interests, and Foreign Policy Chapter 3: The 1882 Channel Tunnel Crisis: Englishness and Territoriality Chapter 4: The 1909 Navy Scare: Englishness and National Security Chapter 5: The 1982 Falklands Crisis: Englishness, Britishness, and Ontological Security Chapter 6: The 2003 Euro Debate: Englishness, Britishness, and Sovereignty… Expand
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