This cross-national treatment of the foreign policies of Northern Europe—Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden—is organized by substantive policy areas rather than by country, thus allowing most similar-case analyses of several dimensions of the countries' international relations.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction to North European Foreign Policies 2. The Nordic Region in Twentieth-Century European Politics 3. Decision Structures and Domestic Sources of Nordic Foreign Policies 4. Changing Strategic Perspectives in Northern Europe 5. Nordic Policies Toward International Economic Cooperation 6. Nordic Policies Toward the Third World 7. The Nordic Model of Neighborly Cooperation 8. North European Foreign Policies in a Comparative Perspective