Danish Foreign Policy Yearbook 2012
The Danish Foreign Policy Yearbook focuses on Danish foreign policy and Denmark's position internationally and transnationally, both at the regional and global levels. This volume presents articles on Denmark's foreign policy in the past year, French-Danish relations, the Arab Spring and Danish democracy promotion, the Libya war, the Danish Schengen controversy and how Denmark’s military contributions to Iraq and Afghanistan affected its relationship with Washington. The yearbook also contains a selection of official documents, statistics and a bibliography.
© 2012 Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS)
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