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Title: Iceland’s contested European Policy : the footprint of the past - a small and insular society
Authors: Thorhallsson, Baldur
Authors: University of Malta. Institute for European Studies
Keywords: Iceland -- Politics and government
Iceland -- Foreign relations
European Union -- Iceland
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: University of Malta. Institute for European Studies
Citation: Thorhallsson, B. (2013). Iceland’s contested European Policy: the footprint of the past - a small and insular society. Jean Monnet Occasional Papers, 1, 1-20.
Series/Report no.: An evolving EU engaging a changing Mediterranean region Jean Monnet Occasional Paper;01/2013
Abstract: This paper will address the political developments in Iceland since the 2008 economic crash and place it in a historical context. The aim is to understand Iceland’s present foreign policy and, in particular, the highly contested decision by its government in 2009 to apply for membership of the European Union.
ISSN: 23073950
Appears in Collections:AEE - JMOP - 2013

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