Portugal country studies

Portugal country studies

Acknowledgments and Preface
History
Origins of Portugal
Phoenicians, Greeks, and Carthaginians
Romanization
Germanic Invasions
Muslim Domination
Christian Reconquest
Formation of the Monarchy
Territorial Enlargement
Settlement and Cultivation
Political and Social Organization
Control of the Royal Patrimony
Development of the Realm
The House of Avis
Wars with Castile
Anglo-Portuguese Alliance
Social Revolution
Intradynastic Struggle
Assertion of Royal Supremacy
Maritime Expansion
Early Voyages
Sea Route to India
Empire in Asia
Colonization of Brazil
Counter-Reformation and Overseas Evangelization
Imperial Decline
Dynastic Crisis
Iberian Union
Restoration
Development of Brazil
Absolutism
Peninsular Wars
Constitutionalism
Revolution of 1820
War of the Two Brothers
Moderate Vs. Radical Liberals
Rotativismo
Portuguese Africa
Republicanism
The First Republic
Military Dictatorship
The New State
The Social State
The Society and Its Environment
Geography
Population
Emigration
Family and Kinship Relations
Women
Social Classes
The Elite
The Middle Class
The Lower Class
Ethnicity and Ethnic Groups
Religion
The Salazar Regime
Changes After the Revolution of 1974
Religious Practices
Non-Catholic Religious Groups
Education
Social Welfare
The Economy
Economic Growth and Change
Revolutionary Change in the Economy
Portugal Economy - the Consolidated Public Sector
Human Resources and Income Distribution
Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing
The Industrial Sector
Tourism
Government
The Revolution of 1974
SpínoLa and Revolution
The Transition to Civilian Rule
Consolidation of Democracy
The Governmental System
The Presidency
The Council of State
The Prime Minister
The Council of Ministers
The Assembly of the Republic
The Judiciary
Civil Service
Local Government
Autonomous Regions and Macau
The Electoral System
Politics
Political Parties
Interest Groups
The Media
Foreign Relations
Africa
Western Europe
United States
Brazil and East Timor
Bibliography

https://www.bloomberg.com/quote/PSI20:IND
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PSI-20


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