Socialism

Socialism


Socialism and Foreign Policy

This book is intended as a contribution to the study of the relation of political ideas and governmental policies.

Socialism and Foreign Policy

This book is intended as a contribution to the study of the relation of political ideas and governmental policies. It seeks to examine and evaluate the British Labour Party's early efforts to apply socialist theories to foreign policy actions. Since I have focused on these ideas and events, I have not attempted to take into account happenings on the British domestic front that, though important to the Labour Party and the trade unions, did not directly affect foreign policy. Nor are matters of imperial or Commonwealth policy considered, except as they relate to the development of socialist theories and interpretations or as they influenced Great Britain's relations with other independent states. I must express my appreciation for their assistance to Drs. Malcolm Moos, Thomas 1. Cook, and Carl B. "Swisher, under whose direction this project first began at the Johns Hopkins University; to Mrs. E. Rickman of the Labour Party's Library and to Mrs. Gladys D. Cremer of the Fabian Society, for access to various Labour and socialist ma terials; to the Rutgers University Research Council for grants in support of some of the research; and to Mrs. Edward Teifeld and Mrs. Boris Pritsky for the wearisome efforts of typing various versions of the manuscript. The responsibility for errors is, of course, mine. The book is dedicated to my wife Marilyn, who aided so greatly in its preparation, not least by a tactful and appropriate balance of patience and impatience.

Socialism and Foreign Policy

Disagreements on foreign policy among such socialist leadersas Blatchford andHardie proved little handicap tothe advancement of socialist organization inGreat Britain inthe latenineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

Socialism and Foreign Policy

This book is intended as a contribution to the study of the relation of political ideas and governmental policies. It seeks to examine and evaluate the British Labour Party's early efforts to apply socialist theories to foreign policy actions. Since I have focused on these ideas and events, I have not attempted to take into account happenings on the British domestic front that, though important to the Labour Party and the trade unions, did not directly affect foreign policy. Nor are matters of imperial or Commonwealth policy considered, except as they relate to the development of socialist theories and interpretations or as they influenced Great Britain's relations with other independent states. I must express my appreciation for their assistance to Drs. Malcolm Moos, Thomas 1. Cook, and Carl B. "Swisher, under whose direction this project first began at the Johns Hopkins University; to Mrs. E. Rickman of the Labour Party's Library and to Mrs. Gladys D. Cremer of the Fabian Society, for access to various Labour and socialist ma terials; to the Rutgers University Research Council for grants in support of some of the research; and to Mrs. Edward Teifeld and Mrs. Boris Pritsky for the wearisome efforts of typing various versions of the manuscript. The responsibility for errors is, of course, mine. The book is dedicated to my wife Marilyn, who aided so greatly in its preparation, not least by a tactful and appropriate balance of patience and impatience.

Soviet Foreign Policy Today

This textbook examines Soviet thinking in the economic, political and military spheres, linking domestic and foreign policies.

Soviet Foreign Policy Today

This textbook examines Soviet thinking in the economic, political and military spheres, linking domestic and foreign policies. Part One describes the evolution of its foreign policy; Part Two, details the impact it had on the rest of the world (by region).

Hitler s Revolution

Drawing primarily from German language sources, this book describes the desperate social and economic conditions in Germany before Hitler took power in 1933, and the programs that his government introduced to alleviate widespread ...

Hitler s Revolution

Drawing primarily from German language sources, this book describes the desperate social and economic conditions in Germany before Hitler took power in 1933, and the programs that his government introduced to alleviate widespread unemployment, political discord, social misery and national bankruptcy. A study of Hitler's foreign policy objectives focuses on the political climate in 1930's Europe, and the circumstances confronting Hitler that influenced his diplomacy. The book shows how during World War II, not only Germany's chauvinistic occupation policies, but traditional nationalist barriers among Europeans hampered German efforts to gain sympathy and support on the continent. The covert, systematic sabotage of Hitler's war effort by army officers opposed to National Socialism, a subject seldom addressed by military historians, is examined in detail. Liberally quoting from period publications, the book also provides a concise and understandable explanation of the National Socialist ideology, including its views on liberalism, democracy, communism, labor, race, education, free enterprise and world history. Evidence presented in the text is thoroughly documented, with 1,056 footnotes and a bibliography of over 200 published works

Socialism in One Zone

This is a case study of Soviet foreign policy in the formative years of the Cold War, 1945 to 1947.

Socialism in One Zone

This is a case study of Soviet foreign policy in the formative years of the Cold War, 1945 to 1947. It concerns Soviet policy in Korea, opening with the military operations in August 1945 which resulted in the occupation of the part of the peninsula north of the 38th parallel by the Red Army. The following month the American occupied the southern half. After a period of tense Soviet-American negotiations on Korean reunification, the United States relinquished the matter to the United Nations in September 1947. The study is divided into three sections which cover: the Soviet war plans for Korea in August 1945 and the Soviet attitude towards a Korean trusteeship; the Soviet power structure in North Korea; and the negotiations on Korean reunification by the Joint Soviet-American Commission in 1946 and 1947.

Soviet Foreign Policy Today

Soviet Foreign Policy Today (1991) is the culmination of almost 30 years of observations of Soviet foreign and domestic politics, written at the time of Gorbachev’s great changes.

Soviet Foreign Policy Today

Soviet Foreign Policy Today (1991) is the culmination of almost 30 years of observations of Soviet foreign and domestic politics, written at the time of Gorbachev’s great changes. It locates the changes of Gorbachev in the context of the traditional goals and practices of Soviet foreign policy, and it does not shy away from presenting seemingly controversial interpretations of the USSR’s international politics.

Marxian Socialism in the United States

First published in 1952, this work is widely considered a classic account of the American Left.

Marxian Socialism in the United States

First published in 1952, this work is widely considered a classic account of the American Left. In his introduction to this Cornell paperback edition, Michael Kazin reevaluates the book, viewing it in the context of subsequent work on the subject and of the recent history of the Left itself.

The Politics of Socialism

Essays on the development of domestic and foreign policy by a Labor Party member of the British Parliament, stressing the theory and practice of individual freedom.

The Politics of Socialism

Essays on the development of domestic and foreign policy by a Labor Party member of the British Parliament, stressing the theory and practice of individual freedom.

New Trends in Socialism

New Trends in Socialism


Goodbye Mr Socialism

Goodbye Mr. Socialism offers a gripping encounter with one of today’s leading leftists, presenting his most up-to-date analysis of global events and insight into the prospects for the Left in an age of neoliberalism.

Goodbye Mr  Socialism

Goodbye Mr. Socialism offers a gripping encounter with one of today’s leading leftists, presenting his most up-to-date analysis of global events and insight into the prospects for the Left in an age of neoliberalism. In his most accessible work yet, philosopher Antonio Negri discusses the state of the global Left since the end of the Cold War and suggests a new politics in a series of rousing conversations with Raf Valvola Scelsi. Scelsi prompts Negri to critique the episodes in the post–Cold War period that have afforded the Left opportunities to rethink its strategies and objectives. Addressing the twilight of social democracy, Negri offers a compelling defense of the prospects for social transformation.

The Japanese Socialist Party and Neutralism

The Japanese Socialist Party and Neutralism