Helmut Kohl once expressed one of the fundamental principles of his European policy as follows: “The small countries in the European Union deserve as much respect as the large ones. The significance of a Member State cannot be measured by the size of its population or the square kilometers it occupies.” While Kohl was concerned with Europe, of course the principle applies beyond its borders.Show table of contents
"Small" States in International Politics - International Reports
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Dr. Gerhard Wahlers
Head of the Department International Reports and Communication