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Title: The external relations of the European Union, a politics of regionalisation : North Africa and the CIS states
Authors: De Martino, Mark (2005)
Keywords: European Union countries -- Foreign relations
European Union countries -- Defenses
European Union countries -- Military policy
Commonwealth of Independent States
European Union countries -- Foreign relations -- Africa, North
Africa, North -- Foreign relations -- European Union countries
Issue Date: 2005
Citation: De Martino, M. (2005). The external relations of the European Union, a politics of regionalisation : North Africa and the CIS states (Bachelor’s dissertation).
Abstract: After the end of World War II the European Continent was devastated and dominated by two superpowers. The West European part of the continent embarked on an unprecedented project of regional integration that has since sparked of a number of variations across the globe. The tendency for regionalization emerged because of a quickening in the pace of globalization and the impact it was having on states powers visa-vis the rest of the world. The seeds of CFSP were sowed in 1970 with the launch of EPC as EC states reckoned that they had there interest in cooperating in foreign policy and that they stood to have a stronger voice together if they bandied together, just as they had done on the trade sector. This was further solidified with the launch of the CFSP at Maastricht and its need was made clearer with the um of events in the 1990s. Through CFSP the EU has become a significant regional player in the regions surrounding.
Description: B.A.(HONS)INT.REL.
URI: https://www.um.edu.mt/library/oar/handle/123456789/93550
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