Between the Blocs: Problems and Prospects for Europe's Neutral and Nonaligned States

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Cambridge University Press, 1989 - Počet stran: 323
Neutrality is no longer an easily defined, static legal concept, but an evolving political practice. In this book, many of the preeminent scholars and political figures who have crafted the shape and meaning of the modern policy of neutrality in their own countries examine the theoretical and practical problems of neutrality and nonalignment in contemporary Europe. Specific issues examined include the credibility of the security policies and military defenses of the Neutrals; the new challenges of international economic and technological interdependence pushing the Neutrals into closer cooperation with the European Community; and the role of public opinion in supporting policies of neutrality.

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Neutral states in historical perspective
2
Forms of neutrality Sigmund Widmer 17
2
The various conceptions of European
29
The underlying assumptions of Finnish
49
Irelands
61
Challenges to neutrality in an interdependent
83
European neutrals Bengt Sundelius
98
Commentary Raimo Väyrynen
122
Commentary Kari Möttölä
222
The role of public opinion in neutral policy
231
Finnish neutrality and public opinion
241
Commentary Sverker Åström
263
Some misconceptions about Austrian
269
the Finnish
277
The Swiss approach Edouard Brunner
283
The United States and Europes neutrals
286

The European neutrals national defense
133
the Swiss model
161
traditions perceptions
175
a comparative
200
The future of European neutrality Joseph Kruzel
295
About the authors
312
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