Ideology and Foreign Policy in Early Modern Europe (1650-1750)

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David Onnekink, Gijs Rommelse
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2011 - 334 sider
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By engaging with, and building upon recent theoretical developments, this collection sheds new light on international relations in the century between 1650 and 1750. Integrating cultural history with high politics and foreign policy, it also engages directly with themes discussed by political scientists and international relations theorists to argue that, this was far from being a 'de-ideologized' period. Instead it offers a fresh and genuinely interdisciplinary perspective to this complex and fundamental period in Europe's development, and one which puts ideology at its core.
 

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Introduction
1
ideology factions and foreign politics in early modern Europe
11
the ideological context of Robert Molesworths Account of Denmark
29
2 Partisan politics history and the national interest 17001748
55
British foreign policy and public discourse in the mirror of ancient Athens ca 1730ca 1750
93
4 The ideological context of the Dutch war 1672
131
5 Ideologies of interests in English foreign policy during the reign of Charles II
145
6 Holy war and republican pacifism in the earlyeighteenthcentury Commonwealth of PolandLithuania
163
churchmen and war in France and England during the Nine Years War 16881697
181
8 Romeyn de Hooghe and the imagination of Dutch foreign policy
197
9 A change of ideology in Imperial Spain? Spanish commercial policy with America and the change of dynasty 16481740
215
mercantilist ideology in AngloDutch relations 16501674
243
ideas and interests in British foreign policy c 1700c 1720
267
William IIIs ideas on foreign policy
283
Index
305
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