Greece and Spain in European Foreign Policy: The Influence of Southern Member States in Common Foreign and Security Policy

1st Edition

Dimitrios Kavakas

Published October 17, 2019
Reference - 238 Pages
ISBN 9780415792936 - CAT# Y319807
Series: Routledge Revivals

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This title was first published in 2001: This in-depth analysis of the foreign policy behaviour of Greece and Spain, draws conclusions on the role and influence that the two southern member states have had at different times. Dimitrios Kavakas concentrates on four aspects: the history; adaptation of domestic structures; patterns of behaviour in participation of the Common Foreign Security Policy (CFSP); and the issue of securitization. Allowing the reader to explore other aspects apart from the study of foreign policy of European Union member states, this invaluable work will find an audience among research and masters students as well as undergraduates. It is also suitable for courses of European foreign policy, comparative policy analysis and specialist courses on politics, international relations and European studies.


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