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Danish Foreign Policy Yearbook 2014
Danish Foreign Policy Yearbook 2014
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Danish Foreign Policy Yearbook 2014
Danish Foreign Policy Yearbook 2014
Perskaityta: 6,99 €
This year’s volume presents the official outline of Denmark’s foreign policy in 2013 by Ulrik Vestergaard Knudsen, Permanent Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs. For the first time the yearbook also presents an overview of the Danish defence policy and military operations by the Permanent Secretary of State for Defence, Lars Findsen. Besides that, researchers focus on the following subjects: •Cindy Vestergaard looks at problems related to extraction and export of uranium, globally as well as…
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  • Autorius: Nanna Hvidt, Hans Mouritzen
  • Metai: 2014
  • Puslapiai: 230
  • ISBN: 9788776056919
  • Formatas: 17 x 24 cm, minkšti viršeliai
  • Kalba: Anglų

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This year’s volume presents the official outline of Denmark’s foreign policy in 2013 by Ulrik Vestergaard Knudsen, Permanent Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs. For the first time the yearbook also presents an overview of the Danish defence policy and military operations by the Permanent Secretary of State for Defence, Lars Findsen. Besides that, researchers focus on the following subjects: •Cindy Vestergaard looks at problems related to extraction and export of uranium, globally as well as nationally. •Danish foreign policy activism remains possible in a changing world order, but only by careful navigation between Western great powers, rising powers and regional organisations. Tonny Brems Knudsen makes this argument focusing on the Danish contributions in Mali and Syria. •Turning to a historical perspective on Danish foreign policy, Anders Wivel’s thesis is that it is characterized by the pragmatism and activism of the Munch and Hækkerup doctrines, which have allowed very few deviations. •Finally, Peter Yding Brunbech investigates Danish aid policy 1945-70 and asks the perennial question: why did a small, north-western European country, with little colonial history south of the 60th parallel, become one of the most generous development aid donors in the world? The articles are abstracted in English and Danish at the outset of chapter one.

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This year’s volume presents the official outline of Denmark’s foreign policy in 2013 by Ulrik Vestergaard Knudsen, Permanent Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs. For the first time the yearbook also presents an overview of the Danish defence policy and military operations by the Permanent Secretary of State for Defence, Lars Findsen. Besides that, researchers focus on the following subjects: •Cindy Vestergaard looks at problems related to extraction and export of uranium, globally as well as nationally. •Danish foreign policy activism remains possible in a changing world order, but only by careful navigation between Western great powers, rising powers and regional organisations. Tonny Brems Knudsen makes this argument focusing on the Danish contributions in Mali and Syria. •Turning to a historical perspective on Danish foreign policy, Anders Wivel’s thesis is that it is characterized by the pragmatism and activism of the Munch and Hækkerup doctrines, which have allowed very few deviations. •Finally, Peter Yding Brunbech investigates Danish aid policy 1945-70 and asks the perennial question: why did a small, north-western European country, with little colonial history south of the 60th parallel, become one of the most generous development aid donors in the world? The articles are abstracted in English and Danish at the outset of chapter one.

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