Spain's Foreign Policy in the Years 1945-1975
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The aim of this chapter is to present Spain’s foreign policy after World War II, up to the death of General Francisco Franco and the beginning of democratization. It covers research into the following questions: (1) What were the causes and manifestations of Spain’s international isolation immediately following World War II? (2) How did Spain succeed in normalizing foreign relations? (3) What were the main foreign policy directions of “Franco era”? (4) Which measures were successful - and which not? This chapter utilizes the method of analysing and criticising sources and a making a comparative analysis of available information, primarily Spanish-speaking.
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