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by Harto Hakovirta

East-West Conflict and European Neutrality download ebook
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0198275749
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978-0198275749
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Harto Hakovirta
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Oxford University Press (December 1, 1988)
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The Soviet Union and the Varieties of Neutrality in Western Europe. "The First Line of Defence or a Springboard for Disintegration? European Neutrals in American Foreign Policy, 1945–61. Diplomacy and Statecraft 7 (1996): 578-403. A valuable synthesis of . policy toward Europe's neutrals. Scandinavia and the United States: An Insecure Friendship.

Read by Harto Hakovirta. This book is a comprehensive study of postwar European neutrality in the context of East-West relations. Hakovirta uses comparative case studies to explore such topics as the general features of neutral foreign policies, how the main neutrals-Austria, Finland, Ireland, Sweden, Switzerland-have fared in the face of East-West confrontations, the role of neutral states as t This book is a comprehensive study of postwar European neutrality in the context of East-West relations.

Oxford: Clarendon, 1988.

Home Hakovirta, Harto East-West Conflict and European Neutrality. Synopsis: This book is a comprehensive study of postwar European neutrality in the context of East-West relations. Hakovirta uses comparative case studies to explore such topics as the general features of neutral foreign policies, how the main neutrals-Austria, Finland, Ireland, Sweden, Switzerland-have fared in the face of East-West confrontations, the role of neutral states as third parties in the control and resolution of East-West conflicts, and the overall viability of neutrality as. an option in European foreign policy.

Harto Hakovirta, East-West Conflict and European Neutrality (New York: Oxford University Press, 1988), pp. . 37–44. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. See F. Stephen Larrabee, The View from Moscow, in The Two German States and European Security, ed. F. Stephen Larrabee (New York: St. Martin’s Press, for the Institute for East-West Security Studies, 1989), pp. 184–185.

East-West Conflict and European Neutrality. Swedish Disarmament and Security Policy from the 1920’s to the 1980’s.

The Soviet Union and the Varieties of Neutrality in Western Europe. "The First Line of Defence or a Springboard for Disintegration?

The findings were similar when it came to a potential conflict between the . and China, with Europeans favoring neutrality by wide margins. The study reveals a fundamental shift in Europeans’ views of the world, according to a European Council on Foreign Relations synopsis.

The findings were similar when it came to a potential conflict between the . The findings come at a time of tension between Washington and America’s historic allies in Europe, where President Donald Trump is widely unpopular. The poll results also could indicate a growing desire among Europeans to carve out a place for the EU as an independent counterweight to large powers like the .

A neutral country is a state which is neutral towards belligerents in a specific war, or holds itself as permanently neutral in all future conflicts (including avoiding entering into military alliances such as NATO). As a type of non-combatant status, neutral nationals enjoy protection under the law of war from belligerent actions, to a greater extent than other non-combatants such as enemy civilians and prisoners of war.

This book is a comprehensive study of postwar European neutrality in the context of East-West relations. Hakovirta uses comparative case studies to explore such topics as the general features of neutral foreign policies, how the main neutrals--Austria, Finland, Ireland, Sweden, Switzerland--have fared in the face of East-West confrontations, the role of neutral states as third parties in the control and resolution of East-West conflicts, and the overall viability of neutrality as an option in European foreign policy.