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Rogue Diplomats : The Proud Tradition of Disobedience in American Foreign Policy

(Cambridge Studies in Us Foreign Relations)

Jacobs, Seth

Cambridge Univ Pr 2020/05
320 p.   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781107079472
KCN: 1039396446
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Historians have long ignored America's record of diplomatic indiscipline. This book redresses that deficiency, demonstrating that titanic accomplishments such as the Louisiana Purchase resulted in great part because diplomats refused to follow instructions.

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Historians have long ignored America's record of diplomatic indiscipline. Rogue Diplomats redresses that deficiency, demonstrating that titanic accomplishments such as the Louisiana Purchase resulted in great part because diplomats refused to follow instructions.
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Table of Contents

Introduction; 1. "It Is Glory to Have Broken Such Infamous Orders": Adams, Jay, and Franklin Midwife the Republic; 2. "Service without Authority": Livingston and Monroe Buy Louisiana; 3. "Instructions or No Instructions": Trist Makes Peace with Mexico; 4. "I Have Now Read the Dispatch, But I Do Not Agree with It": Page Preserves America's "Special Relationship"; 5. "No 'Rubber Stamp' Ambassador": Kennedy Appeases the Dictators; 6. "We Can't Fire Him": Lodge Engineers a Coup; Conclusion