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Title: Malta's foreign policy (1964-1971)
Authors: Debono, Joseph (2000)
Keywords: Malta -- Foreign relations -- 20th century
United Nations -- Malta
North Atlantic Treaty Organization -- Malta
Malta -- Relations -- European Union countries
Malta -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain
Malta -- Foreign relations -- Italy
Issue Date: 2000
Citation: Debono, J. (2000). Malta's foreign policy (1964-1971) (Bachelor’s dissertation).
Abstract: The elements that have gone shaping Maltese Foreign Policy, derive from an inheritance of contrasts and contradictions. Though small as a country, it is at the same time strategically situated at the heart of a region, which has been one of the most crucibles of humankind. In the light of this inheritance, the search for national security and prosperity translates itself into a collective endeavour among independent partners. This dissertation deals with the conduct of Maltese Foreign Policy at its birth. As such, it takes into account the years from 1964 to 1971. In this period a sound basis was being laid for Malta to play a greater role in the international fora.
Description: B.A.(HONS)INT.REL.
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