PORTUGUESE FOREIGN POLICY

It is conventional wisdom that the April 1974 revolution marked the beginning of a new era in Portuguese foreign policy, and that, since then, this policy has developed in accordance with three main priorities: Europe, the Atlantic, and the Portuguese-speaking world. Although these priorities remain fully relevant, the current Government introduced three additional dimensions, namely the importance of and support to Portuguese communities, the internationalization of the Portuguese economy, and the reinforcement of multilateralism.

The text Portuguese Foreign Policy was published in the book "The Road Ahead - The 21st - Century World Order in the Eyes of Policy Planners", and it is available for download on Funag’s Ditital Library (http://funag.gov.br/loja/download/the-road-ahead-livro-funag.pdf)

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