By G. Bennett
A learn of British overseas coverage within the years after the 1919 Paris Peace convention. coverage in the direction of Western and jap Europe, Russia, Turkey, the center East, united states and the a long way East is tested along topics reminiscent of the function of major Minister, international Secretary and cupboard in coverage formula. The evolution and execution of coverage is determined along the constraints imposed on British statesment through the dominions, defense force, fiscal weak spot and family politics.
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68 Though the joint communique issued after the meeting showed that the Premiers had talked only in general terms, it was couched in very friendly language. 'Lord Curzon . . was aghast. '69 Four days after the joint communique was issued, the German government abandoned passive resistance. Baldwin's blunder had indeed been costly: the French and German governments had drawn completely the wrong message from the communique. Moreover, he compounded his error by his speech at the Imperial Conference in October.
Arrangements for the European Economic Conference at Genoa had also stood in the way of further negotiations in March and April 1922. Detailed preparation for the conference occupied the time and attention of both the Foreign Office and Lloyd George. The depth of AngloFrench antagonism, however, became steadily more apparent as Poincare proved hostile to the conference. The Reparation Commission's agreement on 21 March to a partial delay in German reparation payments in return for financial reform had undoubtedly alarmed Poincare.
Poincare had witnessed the German invasion of his native Lorraine as a small boy in 1870, and was not similarly inclined. Nevertheless, there was considerable continuity in French foreign policy between Briand and Poincare. The piloting of that policy to avoid the pitfalls of the security/reparations dilemma continued to be the key concern of the Quai d'Orsay. Even so the differences in diplomatic style between Briand and Poincare were to be of crucial importance in Anglo-French relations. Reports by Hardinge, Britain's ambassador to Paris from 1920 to 1922, gave Curzon good reason to remain hopeful for an improvement in Anglo-French relations.
British Foreign Policy During the Curzon Period, 1919-24 by G. Bennett