Identifications conceptuelles de l’interaction „politique étrangère – intérêt national – processus intégrationniste”.
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CEBOTARI, Svetlana; COTILEVICI, Violeta. Identifications conceptuelles de l’interaction „politique étrangère – intérêt national – processus intégrationniste”.. In: Moldoscopie. 2018, nr. 1(80), pp. 168-185. ISSN 1812-2566.
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Numărul 1(80) / 2018 / ISSN 1812-2566

Identifications conceptuelles de l’interaction „politique étrangère – intérêt national – processus intégrationniste”.

Conceptual identifications of the «foreign policy – national interest – process of integration» interaction


CZU: 327
Pag. 168-185

Cebotari Svetlana, Cotilevici Violeta
 
Université d’Etat de Moldavie
 
Disponibil în IBN: 18 aprilie 2018


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In the contemporary world, the integration is one of the primary factors of the foreign policy and of the international relations as a whole. At the beginning of the 21st century the world is going through a multitude of processes that take place inside and outside the states. New integrationist groups appear, the organizational forms are diversified and the evolution takes place from simplistic models to more complex ones. As a result, the integrationist processes en-compassed virtually all regions and states, thus contributing to the formation of new international "matrices". This article analyzes the relationship «national interest - foreign policy - integrationist process". Between the notions of "integrationist process" and "national interest", "foreign policy" there is a complementarity report, each one completing one ano-ther. No integration process can be achieved outside and without the involvement of the states, which have a certain interest, which they achieve through the foreign policy.

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interest, integrationist process, national interest, foreign policy, international relations