Globalizing de Gaulle
International Perspectives on French Foreign Policies, 1958–1969
Autor(en): Anna Locher, Christian Nünlist, Garret Martin, Mark Kramer, Marie-Pierre Rey, Carine Germond, Piers Ludlow, Carolyn Davidson, James Ellison, Yuko Torikata, Qiang Zhai, Gadi Heimann, Jeffrey James Byrne, Guia Migani, Joaquín Fermandois
Herausgeber: Anna Locher, Christian Nünlist, Garret Martin
Verlag(e): Lexington Books
French President Charles de Gaulle (1958–1969) has consistently fascinated contemporaries and historians. His vision of uniting Europe under French leadership and overcoming the Cold War still remains relevant and appealing. This book serves to rediscover de Gaulle's policies by offering truly global perspectives on France's approach to the world. The 13 essays tap into newly available sources drawn from US, European, Asian, African and Latin American archives. Together, the contributions integrate previously neglected regions, actors and topics with more familiar phenomena into a thorough picture of the General's international policy-making.