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La politique extérieure de la Belgique en l 977

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  • Christian Franck

Abstract

Belgium's foreign policy is largely embedded in the external action of the European Community. Besides, the unity of action of the nine memberstates in maior issues of international polities corresponds to a deliberate option of the Belgian government. In the debates of the North-South Dialogue (Conference on International Economic Cooperation and
32nd General Assembly of the U.N.) and in the Belgrade conference, Belgium has endeavoured to promote a common stand by the nine member-states. During the term of its EC presidency, Belgium has forwarded the proceedings concerning the extension of the community, the relations with the Comecon, and - on the level of political cooperation - the defi,nition of the Nine's position on Southern Africa. The events in Shaba (Zaïre) have led Belgium to reaffirm the particular place Africa holds in its cooperation policy

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Franck, C., (1978) “La politique extérieure de la Belgique en l 977”, Res Publica 20(2), p.357-365. doi: https://doi.org/10.21825/rp.v20i2.19450

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29 Jun 1978
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