Kreisky, Bruno
January 1959
Foreign Affairs;Jan1959, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p269
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the foreign and military policies of the Austrian Government. It gives a detailed description of the historical and geographical differences as well as the similarities in the principle of Austrian neutrality which bears a strong constitutional resemblance with countries like Switzerland and Sweden. The Austrian Government has repeatedly stressed that neutrality, as far as Austria is concerned, is exclusively a matter of its own determination in accord with its own foreign and military policies. Furthermore, the article describes the movement toward European economic integration by enunciating the Common Market and the Free Trade Area.


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