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Relatii diplomatice romano-portugheze (1919-1933): Martinho de Brederode - ambasador la Bucuresti

Diplomatic relations between Romania and Portugal (1919-1933): Martinho de Brederode - Ambassador in Bucharest
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Stoica, Alina

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Abstract The book analyzes the Portugal bilateral relations with countries in Europe, Africa and Asia, in the international context of the late nineteenth century and beginning of the twentieth century, through the diplomatic activity carried by Martinho de Brederode. His correspondence, along with other published and unpublished sources consulted, gives the researcher the opportunity to outline the general Portuguese policy towards the Balkan nations and highlight the direct relationship stablished between Romania and Portugal, highlighting the "difficulties in the international promotion of Romanian interests of the time, but the manner in which diplomats in Bucharest understood or wanted to understand the reality de facto". Martinho de Brederode begins his career as official of the Lusitanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on 20 April 1889, with a mission to attach to the Portuguese Legation in Brussels. His career continued with the appointment in Tanger (Marocco), Peking (Macao), Paris, Rome, and finally in the Balkans (Romania, Serbia and Greece).
Keywords Romania; Portugal; international relations; diplomacy; bilateral relations; cultural relations; economic relations; historical development
Classification General History
Free Keywords Martinho de Brederode
Document language Other language
Publication Year 2011
Publisher Univ. of Oradea Press
City Oradea
Page/Pages 335 p.
ISBN 978-606-10-0384-6
Status Published Version; reviewed
Licence Free Digital Peer Publishing Licence