DENMARK FACT SHEETS
Country’s fact sheets (fichas de país) provided by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation constitute a great introduction to the main diplomatic aspects of Denmark. Even more remarkable is the detailed information it supplies about the relations between Denmark and Spain. However, the information is in Spanish.
DENMARK’S GLOBAL ROLE
It is a blog entry from a reference blog as The Broker is. It brings together cutting-edge knowledge and expert opinions from researchers, policymakers and practitioners. The Broker acts as an intermediary between knowledge networks, brokering global development knowledge to inform practitioners and provide new and integrated perspectives on current global policy issues. The article describes Danish global role since 1960 to the 2000s.
- About The Broker: http://www.thebrokeronline.eu/About-The-Broker/(scrollto)/10737
FROM PEACEMAKER TO WARMONGER? EXPLAINING DENMARK’S GREAT POWER POLITICS
This journal article belongs to Swiss Political Science Review, a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal covering political science. The article focuses on the transformation of Denmark’s post-Cold War foreign policy, from an anti-militaristic policy based on solidarity into a proponent of a liberal world order standing up for the armed forces when needed, and how both stances coexist in Denmark’s foreign policy nowadays.
Wivel, A. (2013). From Peacemaker to Warmonger? Explaining Denmark’s Great Power Politics. Swiss Political Science Review, 19(3), 298-321.
EUROPEANIZATION OF NATIONAL FOREIGN POLICY: THE CASE OF DENMARK’S AND SWEDEN’S RELATIONS WITH CHINA
This journal article belongs to the Journal of Common Market Studies, a peer-reviewed academic journal which reports bimonthly about current developments in European integration. The article examines the Europeanization of national foreign policy of both countries, Sweden and Denmark, and how this influence its relations to China.
Michalski, A. (2013). Europeanization of National Foreign Policy: The Case of Denmark’s and Sweden’s Relations with China. Journal Of Common Market Studies, 51(5), 884-900. doi:10.1111/jcms.12034
THE CURIOUS AMERICAN’S GUIDE TO COPENHAGEN
This source is not entirely reliable for the task, which is to do research and analysis on Denmark’s politics, because it is a travel guide that gives some tips for visiting Denmark. Those tips are not even very serious, and most of them are humorous and written in an informal way.