Swiss Foreign Policy; 1945-2002 presents for the first time a comprehensive collection of eight essays, addressing the post-war foreign policy of Switzerland. The essays deal with a diverse range of issues: the evolution of Swiss foreign policy in general and of neutrality in particular; changes in Swiss defense and security policy; an account of Swiss relations with the United Nations and the recent decision to join the world organization; the Swiss policy of good offices; the government's relations with the International Committee of the Red Cross; the development of Swiss policy in the area of human rights, policy changes in the field of arms control and non-proliferation, and a general account of foreign economic policy. Through these essays, the dualistic nature of Swiss foreign policy, being at once both strongly internationalist and strongly unilateralist, is examined.

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