The Alice Smith School is once again occupying the attention
of Sixth Form students across the UK and around the world with new and
challenging publications in the respected journal ‘20th Century
This time, students of history and international relations
are being stretched by 2 original articles on the bitter battleground of
American foreign policy during the Cold War.
Neil Bennett examines the polar opposites of American
diplomacy in the 1970s. He looks at the origins and principles of the
controversial ‘neo-conservatives’ in the USA and also
the ruthless pragmatism of Secretary of State
Henry Kissinger and concludes that
they had more in common than one might think.
The articles featherbed with students’ A-Level studies,
deepening and widening their understanding of important issues, and keeps KLASS
History at the cutting edge of research and new thinking in international
KLASS History Department