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

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David Onnekink, Gijs Rommelse
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2011 - 320 pagina's
The years between 1650 and 1750 seem to be sandwiched between an age of 'wars of religion' and an age of 'wars of politics', and as such have often been characterized as a 'de-ideologised' period. However, the essays in this collection contend that this is a mistaken assumption.

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ideology factions and foreign politics
11
the ideological
29
Partisan politics history and the national interest 17001748
55
British foreign policy
93
The ideological context of the Dutch war 1672
131
Ideologies of interests in English foreign policy during the reign
145
Holy war and republican pacifism in the earlyeighteenthcentury
163
churchmen and war in France and England during
181
Romeyn de Hooghe and the imagination of Dutch foreign policy
197
A change of ideology in Imperial Spain? Spanish commercial policy
215
mercantilist ideology in AngloDutch
243
ideas and interests in British foreign policy
267
William IIIs ideas
283
Index
305
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David Onnekink, Universiteit Utrecht, NL; and Gijs Rommelse, The Netherlands Institute of Military History, The Hague, NL.

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