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Foreign Policy. Diss. Chicago 1966, 20–27; Vossing 2014, 34–37; Wijnendaele 2015 , 74–78. 81 See also Olymp. Frag. 42 where the story of a Barbarian foederatus is given, but his nationality is omitted. 82 Theoretically, a success against the Vandals in

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conditions, and, in this, it is supported by others in the developing world. For China, claimed “non-interference” in the internal affairs of other countries is a key plank of its contemporary foreign policy orthodoxy and a driving principle in its

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that large funding funneled into think tanks such as the Atlantic Council from China, Turkey and Russia are aimed at shaping foreign policy debates. Citing a Freedom House inquiry, they point to leading universities in the West accepting sponsorship

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when the world body was founded. However, the importance of this area has increased over the past decades and human rights issues are now a priority in the foreign policy of all countries. In fact, even the predecessor Commission on Human Rights played

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kins in the neighboring countries, has been the cornerstone of conservative domestic politics and after the political transition in 1989, a constitutional responsibility and a foreign policy priority. The 1920 Treaty of Trianon also serves as a symbol

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which required a foreign policy (Transalpine countries and the Byzantine Empire), and closer relations with the ecclesiastical hierarchies. 9 In Lombard society, the ruling class, as was customary, was the first to adapt to ʻinternational status symbols

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