The 'new world order' and the profound changes in international
politics resulting from the end of the rivalry between the United
States and the Soviet Union were initially thought to contribute to
greater stability in the global system. A series of challenges,
however, have been raised to the security of many nations.The first
part of this book is primarily devoted to analysing the impact of
the system of international relations on the fortunes of small
states. The second part discusses the question 'what changes in the
national strategy of small states are necessary in view of the new
international system?' The authors of this volume come from various
parts of the world and espouse differing outlooks. Nevertheless,
they were able to coalesce around a similar theme in an effort to
contribute to the international understanding of the special
challenges that confront the world's small states.
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