Spoljna politika

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J. K. Pasikivi, predsednik Finske, ostao je upamćen kao glavni arhitekta finske spoljne politike sa Sovjetskim Savezom nakon Drugog svetskog rata.[1] S leva na desno: Pasikivi i predsednik Vrhovnog sovjeta Kliment Vorošilov u Moskvi.

Državana spoljna politika su ciljevi i aktivnosti vezani za interakcije sa drugim državama, bilo bilateralno ili putem multilateralnih platformi.[2] Enciklopedija Britanika primećuje da na spoljnu politiku neke zemlje mogu uticati „domaća razmatranja, politika ili ponašanje drugih država ili planovi za unapređenje određenih geopolitičkih rešenja”.[2]

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  1. ^ Wilsford 1995, стр. 347–352.
  2. 2,0 2,1 Foreign policy, Encyclopedia Britannica (published January 30, 2020).

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