At her accession in 1558 Elizabeth I inherited a troublesome legacy with a long history of wars against France and Scotland. This international situation was becoming a huge financial burden on the English crown and economy.
Elizabeth I and Foreign Policy describes and assesses England's foreign policy during the second half of the sixteenth century. It includes coverage of Elizabeth's relations with foreign powers, the effect of Reformation on foreign affairs, Elizabeth's successs as a stateswoman and the war with Spain.
'This is a useful and exciting book that cannot fail to stimulate. It will be key to the pass rate of many students confronted with Elizabethan studies which are offered by the new A levels. Educational and enjoyable.' - History Teaching Review SATH
'An excellent intorduction.' - Proceedings of the Hugenot Society