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Stratégia maďarskej zahraničnej politiky: zámery a realita

  • Milan Kurucz

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    (Fakulta medzinárodných vzťahov, Ekonomická univerzita v Bratislave)

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    Nová zahraničnopolitická stratégia Maďarska určuje hlavné smery pôsobenia krajiny na medzinárodnej scéne pre druhé decénium dvadsiateho prvého storočia. Zameriava sa na tri priority: stredoeurópsku politiku, euro-atlantický priestor a na rozvoj vzťahov s krajinami Ázie, Afriky a Latinskej Ameriky definovaného ako otvorenie sa globálnemu svetu. V štúdii sa analyzujú východiská a kľúčové oporné body jednotlivých priorít v kontexte vývoja maďarskej zahraničnej politiky po roku 1990. Skúmajú sa možnosti realizácie vytýčených cieľov v podmienkach nepriaznivej hospodárskej situácie Maďarska a jeho zložitého medzinárodného postavenia.

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    Volume (Year): 10 (2012)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 87-107

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