Rogue diplomats : the proud tradition of disobedience in American foreign policy / Seth Jacobs, Boston College.
- Other Title:
- Proud tradition of disobedience in American foreign policy
- Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2020.
- Cambridge studies in US foreign relations
Cambridge studies in US foreign relations
xii, 395 pages ; 24 cm.
- United States. Foreign Service -- Biography.
United States. Foreign Service.
United States -- Foreign relations -- Case studies.
Diplomatic and consular service -- United States.
Diplomatic and consular service.
- "This series showcases cutting-edge scholarship in US foreign relations that employs dynamic new methodological approaches and archives from the colonial era to the present. The series will be guided by the ethos of transnationalism, focusing on the history of American foreign relations in a global context rather than privileging the US as the dominant actor on the world stage."-- Provided by publisher.
- Machine generated contents note: 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.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 359-380) and index.
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