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Title: Islands and security
Other Titles: Students' THINKing
Keywords: Cold War
Malta -- History
Issue Date: 2012-09
Publisher: University of Malta
Citation: THINK. 2012. (3.) p. 7.
Abstract: Islands have played different and unique roles throughout history. The process of decolonisation, starting in the late 50s, led to a proliferation of small island states. These new independent nations sought to develop their own foreign and security policies. André P. DeBattista (supervised by Dr Isabelle Calleja Ragonesi) studied International Relations in Malta’s history to examine the role of small island states in regional and global security. He found that small island states reinforce security and can stabilise regions.
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Think Magazine, Issue 3

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