The Power of Small States

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The Power of Small States

By Annette Baker Fox
University of Chicago Press, 1959
211 pp. $5.50

An interesting and original study directed to the question "How the governments of small and militarily weak states can resist the strong pressure of great powers even in crisis periods." The inquiry is based on the experiences of Turkey, Finland, Norway, Sweden and Spain in the Second World War.

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