|نوع المادة||المكتبة الحالية||رقم الطلب||رقم النسخة||حالة||تاريخ الإستحقاق||الباركود|
|كتاب||UAE Federation Library | مكتبة اتحاد الإمارات General Collection | المجموعات العامة||DP272 D46 1995 (استعراض الرف(يفتح أدناه))||C.1||Library Use Only | داخل المكتبة فقط||30010000093751|
|لا توجد صورة غلاف متاحة||لا توجد صورة غلاف متاحة|
|DP272 C654 2000 Consensus politics in Spain :||DP272 C654 2000 Consensus politics in Spain :||DP272 C654 2000 Consensus politics in Spain :||DP272 D46 1995 Democratic Spain :||DP272.4.J8 P738 2004 Juan Carlos :||DP272.4J8 U54 2008 Juan Carlos I :||DP272.4J8 U54 2008 Juan Carlos I :|
Includes bibliographical references (pages -216) and index.
1. Introduction: Definitions and perspectives / Jonathan Story -- 2. Spain's external relations 1898-1975 / Charles T. Powell -- 3. Spain's external relations redefined: 1975-89 / Jonathan Story -- 4. Western alignment: Spain's security policy / Fernando Rodrigo -- 5. Spain in the world economy / Keith Salmon -- 6. Spain in the European Community / Alfred Tovias -- 7. European political cooperation: The upgrading of Spanish foreign policy / Esther Barbe -- 8. The autonomous communities and external relations / Caterina Garcia -- 9. Spain and Latin America / Jean Grugel -- 10. Spain and the Maghreb: Towards a regional policy? / Richard Gillespie -- 11. Spain In the post-cold war world / Andres Ortega -- 12. Perspectives on the reshaping of external relations / Richard Gillespie -- Appendix: Decision-making in Spanish external affairs.
Spain has emerged from relative political isolation with the transition from authoritarian to democratic government. Its membership of both NATO and the EU have been crucial vehicles for Spain's reappearance on the world stage, though the traditional 'special relationships' with Latin America and the Arab world have also been of great importance.
By focusing on the relationship between external relations and domestic policy, Democratic Spain makes an important contribution to the literature on democratization, as well as showing how Spanish foreign policy evolved between the mid-1970s and mid-1990s. While the book is focused on Spain, its revisionist view of democratic transitions is of more general relevance. Democratization is seen as an integral process involving related though not simultaneous changes in domestic policy and external relations.