Anglo-French Relations, 1898-1998: From Fashoda to Jospin


From the Fashoda incident in 1898 to the current Blair-Jospin "entente," this book reviews one century of Franco-British relations. Friend or foe? Partner or rival? Model or counter-model? The two countries have continually wavered between two extremes. Yet, these essays show they have always had more things in common than suspected in the first place, and there has always been a strong case for cooperation.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Philippe Chassaigne
  • Michael Dockrill
  • Christopher Mallaby
  • James Foreman-Peck
  • Elisa Boccaletti
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 2002


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