Seeking the National Interest

Author: Radoslava Brhlíková
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Size: 63.53 MB
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Category : Political Science
Pages : 256
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This collected volume presents research focusing on the interaction of domestic, foreign, and transnational actors in the process of the construction of national interests. The contributors concentrate on the extent to which the role of non-state actors has strengthened the formulating of national interests of the Slovak Republic in the post-integration period. The book addresses academic readers as well as everyone interested in Slovakia and its recent development.
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