First published in 1984. A conference, organized by the Austrian Institute for International Affairs and dealing with the topic "In Search of Peace and Security: The Role of the European Neutrals", was held at SchloB Laxenburg on 27 and 28 October 1983. The main purpose then had been a comparison of various historic, political, legal, economic an
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Editors' Preface -- Neutrality and Political Good Offices: The case of Switzerland -- Austria's Policy of Neutrality: Constants and Variables -- An Interpretation of Finland's Contributions to European Peace and Security* -- Sweden: Neutrality, Defense and Disarmament -- Between Lost Illusions and Apocalyptic Fears: Benelux Views on the European Neutrals -- The Value of the Swedish and the Finnish Policies of Neutrality to the Security of Norway -- The United States and the European Neutrals -- The European Neutrals and Soviet-American Relations -- Neutrality: A Hungarian View -- In Search of Peace and Security: The Role of the European Neutrals. A Yugoslav Point of View -- The European Neutrals and Regional Stability -- Participants of the Conference -- Publikationen Des Öllp
Hanspeter Neuhold (1942), Professor emeritus of International Law and International Relations, University of Vienna. He is particularly interested in interdisciplinary security studies.