'Juan Carlos'

Recognized scholars from 15 countries offer rich political analyses of 71 European leaders chosen for the significant roles that they have played nationally, regionally, or internationally since 1945. Each in-depth political and intellectual biography assesses the leader’s achievements and failures in historical context, key career moments, major allies and opponents and their impact, and the leader’s interplay with different political institutions. The essays arranged alphabetically also give a few primary and secondary sources for further research. A short chronology and bibliographical essay on the subject of European political leadership and a full index further enhance this major reference designed for students, scholars, government officials, and journalists in political affairs, European studies, world history, and international relations. The essays arranged alphabetically also give a few primary and secondary sources for further research.
A short chronology and bibliographical essay on the subject of European political leadership and a full index further enhance this major reference designed for undergraduates and graduate students and for scholars, government officials, and journalists in political affairs, European studies, world history, and international relations.

Spain’s external relations, 1898-1975

Article in Richard Gillespie, Fernando Rodrigo & Jonathan Story, Democratic Spain: Reshaping External relations in a Changing World, Routledge, London, 1995, (pp. 11-29).

The ‘Tácito’ group and Spain’s transition to democracy, 1973-1978

Paul Preston y Frances Lannon, Elites and Power in Twentieth-Century Spain. Essays in honour of Sir Raymond Carr, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1990 (pp. 249-268).