Small States, Big Challenges - Norway and Slovenia in Comparative Perspective

Fink HafnerThis comparison of two small European states, Slovenia and Norway, will illuminate similarities that can be traced back to their status as small countries and also show how their regional and historical contexts are visible in different approaches to domestic and international politics. Part one of the book includes chapters on democratic cultures, political parties, national identities, and the media. The second part of the book includes a comparison of gender equality and of Church-State relations. Part three covers economic developments and environmental policies and the final part includes chapters on Norway and Slovenia’s different relationships to the EU and foreign policy. 

Small States, Big Challenges Norway and Slovenia in Comparative Perspective, was edited by Danica Fink Hafner with Kristen Ringdal and Sabrina P. Ramet.

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Back to list of notificationsPublished: 07. June 2016 | Category: Publications