, Number 9

Lisbeth Aggestam and Christopher Hill

This article seeks to explore the connection between multiculturalism and European foreign policy. In contrast to the US where the roles of ethnic minorities have long been debated, there has been little debate in Europe on this topic. The reciprocal relationship between multiculturalism and foreign policy has been neglected despite the explicit adherence in many European societies to the values of multicultural models of society. This neglect is no longer justifiable at the national level, given the terrorist acts in Madrid and London.

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