Relations de la France avec les pays de l’Europe centrale et orientale (1958-1962)
Megjelenés dátuma: 2014
The aim of this study is to focus on the Eastern-European direction of De Gaulle’s foreign policy, specifically to the countries of East-Central European countries (Poland, Czechoslovakia, Romania, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria and Hungary). We want to examine their perceptions, interpertations and their relations with France. The study intends to reach beyond prejudices and stereotypes pertaining in Hungary by presenting De Gaulle’s foreign policy in a geopolitical context.