Rollback, Mark II

Crozier, Brian
June 1979
National Review;6/8/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 23, p724
The article reflects on the victory of British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and her agenda for the country's foreign relations with Soviet Union. It highlights some expectations concerning the role Thatcher. It enumerates the responsibilities of Thatcher as the prime minister. It analyzes the Shulman-Vance type of inertia politics. It lists some propositions concerning the foreign relations of Great Britain.


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