The book focuses on the description and analysis of the historical
formation of the Czechoslovak and Czech positions in the
international system during the course of the 20th century. The
first part of the book presents a brief outline of the history of
Czechoslovak foreign policy between the First World War and the end
of the Cold War. The authors focus on the key periods and turning
points in the role of the small Central European state in the
international system as well as on the significant actors
formulating Czechoslovak foreign policy from the inside and
influencing it from the outside. The second, analytical part of the
book focuses on the key issues connected to the change of the
position of Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic after 1993 in
world politics, and on the formulation of Czech foreign policy
priorities and strategies in the globalized world after the end of
bipolar confrontation. The authors analytically investigate the
activities of the Czech Republic in (Central) European regional
integration processes and the integration of the state in the
global system of development cooperation. A great deal of attention
is paid to the key political actors of the Czech foreign policy
discussion and their impact on the formulation of foreign policy
goals. Special attention is paid to the dilemmas of Czech foreign
policy: the hesitation between the role of a small state and a
medium power and also the span of Czech foreign policy between
Atlanticism, anti-Americanism and Europeanization.
|Country of origin:
• Rka Waisov
• Arka Waisova
||Electronic book text - Windows
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