External Policies of the Secforian States Towards Spanish King Doms

Abstract

This thesis deals with the foreign policy of the states of denominations toward the Spanish kingdoms and the effects of this policy of both the Spanish parties and the states of denominations.Since the Islamicconquest, the island of Andalusia was a home of parties that are different in religion, culture and ethnicity, including Muslims conquerors of Andalusia from Arabs and Berbers, and those who joined the Islamic State of Alsqalbh and Mauldinon one hand, and the Christians in the kingdoms of the north on the other.This policy did not stop at the level of conflict between these two forces, but it extended to friendly relations that produced foreign policyaway from wars.The relations of states of denominations were not only invasions and wars, but also included marriage, treaties as well as alliances between the Christians and the denominations .