Bulgaria in Britain's «Balkan game» in the early 20th century

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The article is aimed at defining Bulgaria's role in Britain's «Balkan game» in the decade preceding World War One. It is stated that the Foreign Office had to take into consideration various factors both global and regional character while moulding Britain's policy in the Balkans. The Anglo-Bulgarian relations in the early 20th century are viewed as an example of interaction between the great power and the small state in the region.

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O Igorevna Aganson

Moscow State University

Email: olaganson@yahoo.com <mailto:olaganson@yahoo.com>
Кафедра новой и новейшей истории стран Европы и Америки; Московский государственный университет им. М.В. Ломоносова; Moscow State University


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