Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||ed. by James A. Kuhlman.|
|Series||East-West perspectives ;, 4, East-West perspectives (Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands) ;, 4.|
|Contributions||Kuhlman, James A.|
|LC Classifications||JX1542 .F67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||302 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||302|
|LC Control Number||78312795|
The Making of EU Foreign Policy argues that there has been a common European Union (EU) foreign policy towards six countries of Eastern Europe - Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia - and analyzes why the EU has agreed to the policy. The objective of the EU's policy is to. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Introduction: foreign policy studies and east Europe / Ronald H. Linden --Balkan communist foreign policies: a linkage perspective / Cal Clark --Comparing world views in east Europe: contemporary Polish perceptions / Richard K. Herrmann --External demands and east Europe's . This book argues that there has been a common European Union (EU) foreign policy towards six countries of Eastern Europe - Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia - and analyses why the EU has agreed to the policy. The book examines the EU's key foreign relations – with its neighbourhood, with the US, China and Russia, and with the emerging powers – and argues that the EU's foreign policy needs to be understood not only as a response to crises and conflicts, but also as a means of shaping international structures and influencing long-term s: 7.
This book provides an excellent look at the relationship between Russia and Eastern Europe during the Soviet period. It provides a direct look at the late Khrushchev through period with some speculation on what will come. While it is an older book it is still a very valid analysis of what was happening between the s: 1. Book Description. This title was first published in Covering a diverse range of countries such as Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia and Russia, as well as referring to the characteristics of the region as a whole, this book examines the inflow and outflow of foreign direct investment from both home and host company and country perspectives. This study puts this important pattern of German-East European trade into the center of discussion and views an extended period of German foreign policy toward Eastern Europe through this lens. Excluding the "working class question" (loosely defined), no other economic issue has been or is now more important than trade policy for the. In Eastern Europe it is insignificant only in Bulgaria, Greece and Albania. In Jugoslavia, Hungary and Rumania it is large; in the Baltic States even greater; in Poland and Czechoslovakia it is of supreme importance. The German element in Eastern Europe belongs partly to the category of the ex-conquerors, partly to that of the colonists.
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