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Foreign relations of Iraq

Since 1980, foreign relations of Iraq were influenced by a number of controversial decisions taken by the administration of Saddam Hussein. Hussein had good relations with the Soviet Union and several Western countries, such as France and Germany ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Iran

Of foreign Affairs of Iran refers to intergovernmental relations between the Islamic Republic of Iran and other countries. Geography is very significant factor in informing Irans foreign policy. After the Iranian revolution of 1979, the newly bor ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Ireland

External relations Ireland is significantly affected by its membership in the European Union, although bilateral relations with the United States and the United Kingdom are also important for the state. This is one of a group of small countries i ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Spain

After the return to democracy after the death of General Franco in 1975, Spains foreign policy priorities were to break out of diplomatic isolation of the Franco years and expand diplomatic relations, enter the European community, and the definit ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Italy

Of foreign Affairs of the Italian Republic the Italian governments external relations with the outside world. Located in Europe, Italy is considered a major Western power since its unification in 1861. Its main allies are the countries of NATO an ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Yemen

Foreign relations of Yemen are the relationships and policies that Yemen maintains with other countries. She is a member of the United Nations, the League of Arab States and the Organization of Islamic cooperation. Yemen participates in the non-a ...

                                               

Foreign relations of North Korea

External relations North Korea – officially the Democratic peoples Republic has been shaped by its conflict with the capitalist countries like South Korea and its historical ties with world communism. Both governments of North Korea and the South ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Kazakhstan

Foreign relations of Kazakhstan are primarily based on economic and political security. The Nazarbayev administration has tried to balance relations with Russia and the United States by sending petroleum and natural gas to its Northern neighbor a ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Cambodia

The Cambodian government has diplomatic relations with most countries, including the United States, the United Kingdom and France, as well as all of its Asian neighbors, including China, India, Vietnam, Laos, South Korea and Thailand. The governm ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Cameroon

Permit in Cameroon, a low-profile approach to foreign relations puts it right in the middle of other African and developing countries on major issues. It supports the principle of noninterference in the Affairs of third world countries and increa ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Canada

Foreign relations of Canada Canadas relations with other States and peoples. Britain was the main foreign contact until the Second world war. Since then, Canadas most important relationship being the largest trading relationship in the world, wit ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Qatar

Qatar achieved full independence from the United Kingdom on 3 September 1971. The Arab state was one of the first to recognise Qatar, and the country received admission to the United Nations and the League of Arab States in the same year. Qatar e ...

                                               

Foreign relations of China

Foreign relations of China, as you know, most States, like China, guides the way in which China interacts with foreign States, and expresses its political, economic, weaknesses and values. As a great power and emerging superpower, Chinas foreign ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Taiwan

The Republic of China, referred to by many states as "Taiwan", is recognised by 14 out of 193 United Nations member states, as well as the Holy See. These diplomatic relations do not constitute an international acceptance of Taiwan as a state, bu ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Costa Rica

Costa Rica is an active member of the international community and, in 1983, claimed it was for neutrality. Because of certain influential voters who gave their methods, he has a weight in world Affairs far beyond its size. The country has activel ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Cuba

Cubas foreign policy have been fluid throughout history, depending on world events, and other variables, including relations with the United States. Without massive Soviet subsidies and its primary trading partner, Cuba became increasingly isolat ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Kuwait

Since gaining independence in 1961, Kuwait has close international relations with most countries, especially countries in the Arab world. Its vast oil reserves gives it a well-known voice in global economic forums and organizations such as OPEC. ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Laos

Foreign relations of Laos, on the international level the place its official name as the Lao peoples Democratic Republic, after the seizure of power by the Pathet Lao in December 1975, were characterized by a more hostile position towards the Wes ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Latvia

For foreign Affairs of Latvia is the main responsibility of the Ministry of foreign Affairs. Today, the Republic of Latvia considers itself as a continuation of the 1918-1940 Republic. After the announcement of the restoration of its full indepen ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Lebanon

The foreign policy of Lebanon reflects its geographic location, the composition of the population and its dependence on trade. Until 2005, Lebanons foreign policy was heavily influenced by Syria. The framework for relations was first codified in ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Mauritius

Mauritius has strong and friendly relations with the West and with the countries of South Asia and the countries of southern and Eastern Africa. She is a member of the world trade organization, Commonwealth of Nations, La Francophonie, the Africa ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Mauritania

On foreign relations of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania have been dominated since independence by the issues of the Spanish Sahara, and the recognition of its independence by neighbours, particularly Morocco. Mauritanias foreign relations are ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Malawi

Malawis former President Bakili Muluzi continued the Pro-Western foreign policy established by his predecessor, Hastings Banda. It maintains diplomatic relations with Western countries. Malawis close relations with South Africa during the aparthe ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Malaysia

Malaysia is an active member of various international organisations, including Commonwealth Nations, United Nations, Organization of Islamic cooperation and the non-aligned Movement. Also in recent years has been an active supporter of regional c ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Mali

After independence in 1960, Mali initially followed a socialist path and was aligned ideologically with the Communist bloc. Malis foreign policy orientation became increasingly pragmatic and Pro-Western over time. As the Institute for democratic ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Malta

After independence in 1964, Malta followed a policy of close cooperation with NATO countries. Since 1971, the country needs relations with the rest of the world, including Communist countries of Eastern Europe and non-aligned countries. After sub ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Mexico

Of foreign Affairs of Mexico to the President of the United Mexican States and managed through the Secretariat of foreign Affairs. The foreign policy principles enshrined in article 89, section 10, which include: respect for international law and ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Moldova

After independence from the Soviet Union, Moldova established relations with other European countries. The integration in the European Union and neutrality define the direction of foreign policy of the country. In 1995, the country became the fir ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Monaco

The Principality of Monaco is a sovereign and independent state, closely connected with France by the Treaty of July 1918, which was formally noted in article 436 of the Treaty of Versailles of 1919. The foreign policy of Monaco is one illustrati ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Mongolia

Mongolia has diplomatic relations with 188 States 187 of the UN members, the Holy see and the European Union. States with limited recognition it has relations only with the State of Palestine. It seeks a neutral and cordial relations with many co ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Myanmar

Historically strained, Myanmars foreign relations, especially with Western countries have improved since 2012. Relationship became strained again in 2017 with the Rohingya crisis. Myanmar generally retained warm relations with neighbouring States ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Namibia

Namibia follows a largely independent foreign policy, close ties with States that aided the independence struggle, including Libya and Cuba. In Africa, Namibia has participated in conflicts in neighbouring Angola and the Democratic Republic of th ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Nauru

Nauru, after gaining independence from the United Kingdom, became a sovereign, independent Republic on 31 January 1968. Nauru has established diplomatic relations with several States, including most of its Pacific neighbors with which it maintain ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Nepal

Although the Ministry of foreign Affairs is the government body responsible for the conduct of foreign policy of Nepal, historically, is the position of the Prime Minister, who exercises authority in the development and implementation of policies ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Nigeria

Since independence, with jaja Wachuku as the first Minister of foreign Affairs and Commonwealth relations, later called foreign Affairs, Nigerian foreign policy was characterized by a focus on Africa as a regional power and by attachment to sever ...

                                               

Foreign relations of the Netherlands

Foreign policy of the Netherlands is based on four basic commitments: to the Atlantic cooperation, European integration, international development and international law. While historically the Netherlands was a neutral state, and in 1945 she beca ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Nicaragua

Nicaragua pursues an independent foreign policy. Member of the Central American security Commission, Nicaragua also has taken a leading role in pressing for regional demilitarization and peaceful settlement of disputes in the region. Nicaragua ha ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Niue

Niue maintains diplomatic relations with other countries and multilateral organizations. Niue is a small island nation in the Pacific ocean in free Association with New Zealand. The Queen in right of New Zealand is head of state of Niue - as such ...

                                               

Foreign relations of New Zealand

On foreign relations of New Zealand are oriented mainly towards developed countries and developing countries in the Pacific. The major political parties generally agreed on the main directions of foreign policy, and the government plays an active ...

                                               

Foreign relations of the United Arab Emirates

Since the establishment of the UAE on 2 December 1971, UAE adopted a balanced foreign policy based on adoption of dialogue, respect of international conventions, commitment to the Charter of the United Nations and non-interference in other countr ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Oman

When Sultan Qaboos bin said al said came to power in 1970, Oman had limited contacts with the outside world, including neighbouring Arab States. Special contractual relationships allow the participation of the United Kingdom in Omans civil and mi ...

                                               

Foreign relations of the State of Palestine

Foreign relations of the State of Palestine had been held since the establishment of the Palestine Liberation Organization in 1964. In November 1988 years ago, the Palestinian national Council declared the independence of the state of Palestine a ...

                                               

Foreign relations of the Cook Islands

The cook Islands has diplomatic relations with various countries and is a member of multilateral organizations. While the country is in free Association with New Zealand, which can operate in the cook Islands "delegated authority to assist the co ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Pakistan

The Islamic Republic of Pakistan maintains a large diplomatic network around the world. Pakistan is the second largest Muslim majority country by population and is the only Muslim majority countries have tested nuclear weapons. Pakistans economy ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guineas foreign policy reflects close ties with Australia and other traditional allies and cooperation with neighbouring countries. His views on international political and economic issues are generally moderate. Papua New Guinea has di ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Paraguay

Paraguayan foreign policy has concentrated on maintaining good relations with its neighbours, and he was an active supporter of regional cooperation. She is a member of the United Nations and served one term in the UN Security Council in 1967-196 ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Peru

Peru is an important first level country in South America, Peru is a member of the UN since 1949, and Peruvian Javier pérez de cuéllar, UN Secretary General from 1981 to 1991. Former President Alberto Fujimoris tainted re-election for a third ter ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Poland

The Republic of Poland is located in Central Europe and a member of the European Union and NATO in particular. Poland has a significant impact in Central and Eastern Europe and the middle power in international Affairs. Foreign policy of Poland i ...

                                               

Foreign relations of Transnistria

The Transnistrian Republic is recognized by three States with limited recognition, and is a member of one international organization, the community for democracy and human rights, which was established by these four States.

                                               

Foreign relations of South Korea

South Korea maintains diplomatic relations with 191 countries. The country is also a member of the United Nations since 1991, when it became a member state at the same time as North Korea. South Korea is also marked by major international events ...

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