William Wallace, Baron Wallace of Saltaire - Publications

Publications

  • Geoffrey Edwards and William Wallace, “A Wider European Community? Issues and problems of further enlargement” (London, 1976)
  • William Wallace, “The Foreign Policy Process in Britain” (London: Allen and Unwin, 1977)
  • William Wallace, “Reform of Government” (London: Liberal Publications Department, 1977)
  • William Wallace, 'After Berrill: Whitehall and the management of British diplomacy', “International Affairs” 54(2) 220-239 (1978)
  • William Peterson and William Wallace, “Foreign Policy Making in Western Europe: A Comparative Approach” (Farnborough, Hants: Saxon House, 1978)
  • William Wallace, 'Diplomatic trends in the European Community', “International Affairs” 55(1) 47-66 (1979)
  • William Wallace, “The Illusion of Sovereignty” (London: Liberal Publications Department, 1979)
  • William Wallace, “Britain in Europe” (London: Heinemann, 1980)
  • Michael Hodges and William Wallace, eds, “Economic Divergence in the European Community” (London: RIIA, 1981)
  • William Wallace, 'European defence co-operation: the reopening debate', “Survival” 26(6) 251-261 (1984)
  • William Wallace, “Britain's bilateral links within Western Europe” (London:Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1984)
  • William Wallace, 'What price independence? Sovereignty and interdependence in British politics', “International Affairs” 62(3) 367-389 (1986)
  • William Wallace, 'Franco-British cooperation and the structure of defence in Europe' (French title, 'La coopération franco-britannique et la construction de l'Europe de la défense'), “Enjeux internationaux travaux et recherches de l'IFRI” 37(10) 195-206 (1988)
  • Christopher Tugendhat and William Wallace, “Options for British foreign policy in the 1990s” (London: RIIA, 1988)
  • Helen Wallace and William Wallace, 'Strong state or weak state in foreign policy? The contradictions of Conservative liberalism, 1979-1987', “Public Administration” 68(1) 83-101 (1990)
  • William Wallace, 'Introduction' - “the dynamics of European integration. The dynamics of European integration”. London and New York: Pinter Publishers (1990)
  • William Wallace, “The nation state and foreign policy. French and British foreign policies in transition - the challenge of adjustment” (New York: Berg Publishers, 1990)
  • William Wallace, “The transformation of Western Europe” (London:Pinter, 1990)
  • William Wallace, 'Foreign policy and national identity in the United Kingdom', “International Affairs” 67(1) 65-80 (1991)
  • William Wallace, “West European unity - implications for peace and security. Towards a future European peace order?”, Basingstoke: Macmillan Academic and Professional (1991)
  • William Wallace, ‘Germany at the centre of Europe’ in “The Federal Republic of Germany - the end of an era” (Providence, RI: Berg Publishers, 1991) 167-174
  • William Wallace, ed, “The Dynamics of Euroepan Integration” (London: Pinter, 1991)
  • William Wallace, 'British foreign policy after the Cold War', “International Affairs” 68(3) 423-442 (1992)
  • William Wallace, 'No tinkering please - we are British', “World Today” 48:8-9 (1992)
  • William Wallace, 'Foreword' in “Southern European security in the 1990s” (London: Pinter Publishers, 1992)
  • William Wallace, 'European-Atlantic security institutions: current state and future prospects', “International spectator” XXIX:3 37-52 (1994)
  • William Wallace, 'Rescue or retreat? The nation state in Western Europe, 1945-93', “Political studies” XLII 52-76 (1994)
  • William Wallace, 'Evropsko-atlantické bezpecnostní instituce: stav a vyhlídky' (The European-Atlantic Security Organization: the current situation and prospects) “ezinárodní vztahy” 1 21-30 (1994)
  • William Wallace, “Regional integration: the West European experience” (Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, 1994)
  • William Wallace, 'Deutschland als europäische Führungsmacht' (Germany as a leading power in Europe) “Internationale Politik” 50(5) 23-28 (1995)
  • William Wallace and Julie Smith, 'Democracy or technocracy? European integration and the problem of popular consent', “West European politics” 18(3) 137-157 (1995)
  • William Wallace, 'Germany as Europe's leading power', “World Today” 51:8-9 162-164 (1995)
  • Helen Wallace and William Wallace, “Flying Together in a Larger and More Diverse European Union” (The Hague: Netherlands Scientific Council for Government Policy, 1995)
  • William Wallace, “Opening the Door: the enlargement of NATO and the European Union” (London: Centre for European Reform, 1996)
  • William Wallace, 'On the move - destination unknown', “World Today” 53(4) 99-102 (1997)
  • William Wallace, “Why Vote Liberal Democrat” (London: Penguin, 1997)
  • William Wallace, “Liberal Democrats and the Third Way” (London: Centre for European Reform, 1998)
  • Wilfried Loth, William Wallace and Wolfgang Wessells, “Walter Hallstein: the forgotten European?” (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1998)
  • William Wallace, 'The sharing of sovereignty: the European paradox', “Political Studies” XLVII:3 503-521 (1999)
  • William Wallace, 'Europe after the cold war: interstate order or post-sovereign regional system?', “Review of International Studies” 25 201-224 (1999)
  • William Wallace, 'From the Atlantic to the Bug, from the Arctic to the Tigris? The transformation of the EU', “International Affairs” 76(3) 475-494 (2000)
  • Robin Niblett and William Wallace, eds, “Rethinking European Order: West European Responses, 1989-97” (New York: St. Martin's Press, 2000)
  • William Wallace, 'Europe, the necessary partner', “Foreign affairs” 80(3) 16-34 (2001)
  • Daphne Josselin and William Wallace, “Non-state actors in world politics” (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2001)
  • Anthony Forster and William Wallace, 'What is NATO for?', “Survival” 43(4) 107-122 (2001)
  • William Wallace, 'Where does Europe end?’ in “Dilemmas of inclusion and exclusion. Europe unbound: enlarging and reshaping the boundaries of the European Union” (London: Routledge 2002)
  • William Wallace, 'As viewed from Europe: transatlantic sympathies, transatlantic fears', “International Relations” 16(2) 281-285 (2002)
  • William Wallace, “Reconciliation in Cyprus: the window of opportunity” (Florence: European University Institute, 2002)
  • Bastian Giegerich and William Wallace, 'Not such a soft power: the external deployment of European forces', “Survival” 46(2) 163-182 (2004)
  • William Wallace, 'British foreign policy: broken bridges', “World Today” 60(12) 13-15 (2004)
  • Helen Wallace, William Wallace, and Mark A. Pollack, eds, Policy-making in the European Union (5th edn, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005; 4th edn, ed. Helen Wallace and William Wallace, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000; 3rd edn, ed. Helen Wallace and William Wallace, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996; 2nd edn, ed. Helen Wallace, William Wallace, and Carole Webb, Chichester: Wiley, 1983; 1st edn, ed. Helen Wallace, William Wallace, and Carole Webb, London: Wiley, 1977)
  • William Wallace, “Europe or Anglosphere? British Foreign Policy Between Atlanticism and European Integration” (London: John Stuart Mill Institute, 2005)
  • Tim Oliver and William Wallace, 'A bridge too far: the United Kingdom and the transatlantic relationship' in “The Altlantic alliance under stress: US-European relations after Iraq” (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005)
  • William Wallace, 'The European mistrust of American leadership', in “Patriotism, democracy, and common sense: restoring America's promise at home and abroad” (Lanham MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2005)
  • William Wallace, 'The collapse of British foreign policy', “International Affairs” 81(1) 53-68 (2005)
  • William Wallace, 'European Union a treaty too far', “World Today” 61(7) 4-6 (2005)
  • William Wallace, 'Europe and the war on terror', in “Understanding global terror” (Cambridge, Malden MA: Polity Press, 2007)
  • William Wallace, 'Diplomacy: Foreign Office futures', “World Today” 64(2) 22-25 (2008)
  • William Wallace, 'Less words and more deeds in constructing Europe', “International Spectator”. 43(4) 19-24 (2008)
  • Christopher Phillips and William Wallace, 'Reassessing the special relationship', “International Affairs” 85(2) 263-284 (2009)

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