Theoretical and Legal Framework of Foreign Policy the Example of the Republic of Macedonia - Official EU Candidate Country


Abstract


The independent Macedonian foreign policy has its roots in the collapse of Yugoslavia and the creation of an independent Republic of Macedonia. Before the independence, Macedonia's foreign policy was part of the Yugoslav foreign policy. If the period from independence until today is observe, it can be noticed that the Macedonian foreign policy can be divided in at least two periods. In general regarding the legal framework, it can be said that the overall structure of the foreign policy of the Republic of Macedonia was established with the Constitution and the Law of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Macedonia.


Keywords


foreign policy; legal framework.

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References


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Republic of Macedonia Constitution.

Republic of Macedonia law of Foreign Affairs 2006.


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