Renato Ibrido

The “constitutional conditioning factorsµ of foreign policy between law and geopolitics

Are you already subscribed?
Login to check whether this content is already included on your personal or institutional subscription.


The idea according to which the foreign policy would be constrained by “conditioning factorsµ identifies the main line of continuity between classical geopolitics and contemporary geopolitics. In light of the legal implications of the geopolitical concept of “conditioning factorsµ, the essay would like to question the hypothesis related to an inclusion of the constitutional provisions concerning the foreign policy among these constraints. In particular, in a comparative perspective, the essay aims to propose a taxonomy of the (substantial) constitutional clauses concerning the foreign policy, also analyzing the effectiveness of these provisions.


  • foreign policy
  • constitutions
  • geopolitics
  • international society
  • war


Article first page

What do you think about the recent suggestion?

Trova nel catalogo di Worldcat