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entente / änˈtänt / • n. (also entente cordiale / kôrˈdyäl /) a friendly understanding or informal alliance between states or factions: the growing entente between former opponents. ∎ a group of states in such an alliance. ∎ (the Entente Cordiale) the understanding between Britain and France reached in , forming the basis of Anglo-French cooperation in World War I. Entente definition: An entente or an entente cordiale is a friendly agreement between two or more countries. | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
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Informal entente: the private structure of cooperation in Anglo-American economic diplomacy, [Michael J Hogan] -- In this book the author discusses the idea of cooperation between Great Britain and the United States which allowed for changes in economic and business policies following World War II.
Get this from a library. Informal entente: the private structure of cooperation in Anglo-American economic diplomacy, [Michael J Hogan]. Informal Entente: Public Policy and Private Management in Anglo-American Petroleum Affairs, – - Volume 48 Issue 2 - Michael J. HoganCited by: Informal entente: the private structure of cooperation in Anglo-American economic diplomacy, Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.
Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Pages: Informal Entente: Public Policy and Private Management in Anglo-American Petroleum Affairs, c In the years following World War I, British and American diplomats and businessmen fashioned a cooperative approach to the problems of international oil rivalries, building an.
The Triple Entente (from French entente meaning "friendship, understanding, agreement") describes the informal understanding between the Russian Empire, the French Third Republic and the United built upon the Franco-Russian Alliance ofthe Entente Cordiale of between Paris and London, and the Anglo-Russian Entente of It formed a powerful counterweight to the Triple.
Entente definition is - an international understanding providing for a common course of action. Key markers were the Franco-Russian Alliance ofthe Entente Cordiale with Great Britain and finally the Anglo-Russian Entente inwhich became the Triple Entente.
This informal alignment with Britain and formal alliance with Russia against Germany and Austria eventually led Russia and Britain to enter World War I as France's allies. entente: 1 n an informal alliance between countries Synonyms: entente cordiale Type of: alignment, alinement, alliance, coalition an organization of people (or countries) involved in a pact or treaty n a friendly understanding between political powers Synonyms: entente cordiale Type of: agreement, understanding the statement (oral or.
entente -noun See definition in Dictionary an informal agreement between countries or groups. Related terms: up start doing something regularly% look up search for information using book. Synonyms for the Entente Cordiale in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for the Entente Cordiale. 15 synonyms for entente: agreement, understanding, accord, contract.
Informal Entente: The Private Structure of Cooperation in Anglo-American Economic Diplomacy, – By Michael J. Hogan. (Columbia: University of Missouri Press Author: Melvyn P. Leffler. Triple entente definition, an informal understanding among Great Britain, France, and Russia based on a Franco-Russian military alliance (), an Anglo-French entente (), and an Anglo-Russian entente ().
It was considered a counterbalance to the Triple Alliance but was terminated when the Bolsheviks came into control in Russia in Fahrenthold s research blends migration and borderlands approaches to social history, drawing on informal archives to critique the production of place-based histories.
Between the Ottomans and the Entente is her first book, and it is a history of World War I as told from the Syrian diaspora. Synonyms for entente in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for entente. 15 synonyms for entente: agreement, understanding, accord, contract, arrangement, settlement, deal.
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Commentaries: November Class Reading: Heinrichs. Reviews. entente (ŏn-tŏnt′) n. An agreement between two or more governments or powers for cooperative action or policy: "the economic entente between the Soviet Union and western Europe" (Robert W.
Tucker). The parties to such an agreement. [French, from Old French, intent, from feminine past participle of entendre, to understand, intend; see intend.
The Entente Cordiale (French pronunciation: [ɑ̃tɑ̃t kɔʁdjal]) (English: Cordial Agreement) was a series of agreements signed on 8 April between the United Kingdom and the French Republic which saw a significant improvement in Anglo-French relations.
Beyond the immediate concerns of colonial expansion addressed by the agreement, the signing of the Entente Cordiale marked the end of Languages: French, English, Spanish. Stephen Walt‟s book The Origins of Alliances published in contains valuable theoretical insights.
Liska‟s work was the first in the sphere of theory of alliances. In his words: “It is impossible to speak of international relations without referring to alliances; the two often merge in all but name” (Liska 3).File Size: KB.
Borrowed from French entente (“ understanding ”). Doublet of intent. Pronunciation IPA: /ɒ̃.tɒ̃t/ IPA: /ɑnˈtɑnt/ Noun. entente (plural ententes) An informal alliance or friendly understanding between two states.
Translations.naval build-up. As a result, Britain made an informal mutual defense agreement with France. This group of three was called the Allies or the Triple Entente (French for “understanding,” or “intent”).
Moreover, no international law existed to govern such competition and potential conflict. Conferences at The Hague in File Size: 4MB.