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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Antonina Iakovleva
Territorial Disputes in the Current Foreign Policy of Spain
International Relations
(Bachelor’s programme)
9
2017
In this paper, the author provides an overview of Spain's foreign policy and its place in the world community today. Also it aims to explore the challenges that Spain faces in the international arena. The main focus of the paper is on territorial disputes with the UK and Morocco. It also reveals the reasons of the importance of the disputed territories, which lie in various areas: economic, geopolitical and national-ideological, so the fight is not unfounded. Being "frozen" for a long time territorial disputes currently have acquired relevance. The reason for this is the process of Britain's withdrawal from the EU, which has already greatly contributed to change the situation in the dispute over Gibraltar, and in the future may lead to changes in Spanish-Moroccan relations.

Key words: Spain, UK, Morocco, Gibraltar, Brexit, territorial dispute

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