Decolonization of Southern Europe and the Schemes of Security Maintaining in the Changing World. Comparative Experience of Cyprus and Malta
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Decolonization of Southern Europe and the Schemes of Security Maintaining in the Changing World. Comparative Experience of Cyprus and Malta
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This article dwells on the problem of decolonization in Southern Europe during the Cold War period, that was linked with a problem of regional security maintaining. The global decolonization process, inherent mainly for the countries out of Europe, nevertheless, affected European colonial possessions of Britain as well. Primarily this process affected such island’s colonies as Malta and Cyprus, while Gibraltar choose the way of further integration within the metropolis. However decolonization of Cyprus and Malta, in spite of some common characteristics, defined mainly by actions of British colonial administration, had some great differences that have impact on further fate of both insular nations and a problem of security in the Mediterranean as well.
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Cold War, Mediterranean, decolonization, regional security maintaining
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22.01.2015
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28.02.2015
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