How Successful was Margaret Thatcher in Achieving her Aims in Foreign Policy?

ESSAY. Mark given, 47/50. Grade A.

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How Successful was Margaret Thatcher in
Achieving her Aims in Foreign Policy?
(The section in italics I'm sure is not necessary, especially for an assessed essay but I
enjoyed writing a little pre introduction)!!
Margaret Thatcher's election as prime minister of the Conservative government in
1979 marked a turning point…

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with the Franks Report calling incompetence, Thatcher had shown Britain to be a

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nation no longer in retreat, securing support from not only the British people but
also regional powers, even from the UN and especially the US by utilising her
strong links with President Reagan.The success of the Falklands war can be
analysed not only as a crucial factor in her electoral…

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