Political Transitions and Foreign Affairs in Britain and France: Their Relevance for the United States, Volume 3
Frederick C. Mosher
University Press of America, 1986 - Social Science - 85 pages
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Don K Price Transitions in Political Leadership
H How the British System Has Been
EH Applicability to the U S of the British
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administration Alain Poher American appoint authority Beregovoy Britain British campaign candidate career officers career services changes Charles de Gaulle Chirac civil servants civil service coherence Constitution continuity Council of Ministers counsellors countries critical decisions defense policy Droit Public election electoral Elysee executive Fifth Republic foreign affairs foreign and defense foreign policy Foreign Service Fourth Republic France Francois Mitterrand French Fifth Republic French Presidents Gaulle Gaulle's Gaullist Gaullist party Georges Pompidou governmental House of Commons incumbent influence institutions Jacques Jacques Attali Jacques Chirac Jacques Fauvet Labour party leader legislative limited major parties ment Michel Debre military Miller Center ministries monarchy National Assembly Parliament parliamentary percent Poher political transition politique Pouvoirs President Mitterrand Presidential Transitions presidentialist prime minister prime minister's problems Quai d'Orsay referendum regime Republique reserved domain resignation responsibility role Socialist party successors term top career tradition United Valery Giscard d'Estaing vote