Royal greeting: i rapporti anglo-americani attraverso l’analisi degli incontri ufficiali tra Presidente e Monarca

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Abstract

Nowadays American Presidents spend more and more time meeting with foreign leaders. This activity is considered “high-level public diplomacy” and it saw a six fold increase in the last seventy years; therefore, it is necessary to analyse not only the relationships with Britain’s Heads of Government, but also with its Head of State: the Monarch. Indeed, the study of the interactions between the President and the Sovereign takes on remarkable importance as it allows to examine the diplomatic bilateral activity on a different level compared to that usually reserved for Prime Ministers and Secretaries of State. In the XXth century the British Monarchs have proved to be able to use their room of manoeuvre to reach important foreign policy goals. Besides reconstructing in wide terms the framework of the official meetings between American Presidents and British Monarchs from the first post-war period to date, this study aims to deepen in particular two relevant occasions: the trip of George VI to America in June 1939, at President Roosevelt’s invitation, and the State Visit of October 1957 paid by Queen Elizabeth II to President Eisenhower.
Titolo tradotto del contributo[Autom. eng. transl.] Royal greeting: Anglo-American relations through the analysis of the official meetings between President and Monarch
Lingua originaleItalian
pagine (da-a)83-102
Numero di pagine20
RivistaQUADERNI DI SCIENZE POLITICHE
VolumeVII
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2017

Keywords

  • British Monarchy
  • Contemporary History
  • History of Political Institutions
  • Monarchia britannica
  • Storia contemporanea
  • Storia delle istituzioni politiche

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