Oxford University Press (2005)

This is a major new study of the international thought of Sir Harold Nicolson , one of the most prominent commentators on diplomacy, international order, and world peace of his day, and an anti-appeasement MP. This meticulously researched work will stand for many years as the definitive guide to Nicolson's contribution to the theory and practice of international relations. It also establishes a place for him in the pantheon of key British international thinkers of the twentieth century
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