THE FIFTH QUARTER
- Parcerias estratï¿½gicas no contexto da polï¿½tica exterior brasileira: implicaï¿½ï¿½es para o Mercosul. Vaz, Alcides Costa // Revista Brasileira de Polï¿½tica Internacional;dic1999, p52
The article analyses the conformation of partnerships inside the broader context of Brazilian foreign policy, emphasizing its bilateral aspects and their relation to Mercosur.
- ECONOMIC BLOCS AND US FOREIGN POLICY. Preeg, Ernest H. // International Organization;Spring74, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p233
This article presents information on international economic system. The most fundamental question concerning the validity of the concepts underlying the international economic system is the issue of universality. The Communist countries, by and large, do not participate in the international...
- FOREIGN RELATIONS. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Republic of Namibia;Feb2008, p8
This article focuses on the foreign relations of Namibia, a country in Africa. The country's foreign policy direction is independent, and maintains close relations with countries such as China, Cuba and Libya, which all supported its quest for independence. It is developing trade, political and...
- The EU's Mediterranean policy. An assessment over a decade (1995-2005). Santagostino, Angelo; Fornari, Andrea // Eurolimes;2009, Vol. 8, p83
The ultimate of the Barcelona process was that of extending certain aspects of the European value system, such as democracy and economic integration, to the eastern and southern Mediterranean regions. After fifteen years we can say that this process has failed. In spite of efforts, including...
- Politics in command: foreign trade as national security policy. Holsti, Kal J. // International Organization;Summer86, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p643
Many of the current theoretical debates in international relations focus on the connection between economics and security policies. Most traditional North American textbooks have considered the two policy areas as separate domains. Some scholars view the major economic trends and events of the...
- FOREIGN RELATIONS. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Togo;Nov2003, p8
Deals with the foreign policy and international relations of Togo as of 2004.
- China: friend or foe? Freedenberg, Paul // American Machinist;Sep2005, Vol. 149 Issue 9, p28
Analyzes the international relation between the U.S. and China. Commerce between the U.S. and China; Causes of the bilateral trade deficit of U.S. with China; Policy set by the U.S. Commerce Department's Bureau of Industry and Security on the sales of U.S. dual-use technology to the Chinese...
- Globalization, Regionalization and World Trade. Emmerij, Louis // Columbia Journal of World Business;Summer92, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p6
The article examines the trend to globalization, regionalization and their impact on world trade. The author ties the current trend toward regionalization to the narrow focus of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) which covers less than 10 percent of all international trade issues....
- FOREIGN RELATIONS. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Tonga;Jun2005, p5
Presents information on the status of the international relations of Tonga. Purpose of the treaty of friendship with Great Britain; Role of the country in the ownership of the Minerva Reefs.