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Papua New Guinea's Relations with Indonesia and Australia: Diplomacy on the Asia-Pacific Interface
The latter part of the 1980s has been a period of considerable change in the international relations of the Southwest Pacific region. Various threats to regional stability have been both importedExpand
Ireland and the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
The necessity for the United Nations Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) arose from a crisis in relations between the island's Greek and Turkish communities precipitated by an attempt on the part of PresidentExpand
Frank Aiken and Irish Activism at the United Nations, 1957–61
from the end of the Second World War until the mid-1950s, Ireland had, principally as a result of the actions and attitudes of her own governments, been denied any significant international position.Expand
Mozambique's widening foreign policy
Paradoxically, in a period when so much Western policy towards the Third World appears to be formulated on a model of simple ideological polarity, Mozambique, originally a neo -conservative beteExpand
The Expedience of Tradition: Ireland, International Organization and the Falklands Crisis
The Fianna Fáil Government of Charles Haughey adopted a publicly conspicuous position of independence during the Falklands crisis of April–June 1982. Mr Haughey defended the departure from EuropeanExpand