Creencia autonomista y política exterior: el caso de Argentina

Autores

  • Roberto Miranda Universidad Nacional de Rosario Universidad Nacional de La Plata

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26556/1807-1260.v15.n30.p.72-87.2018

Resumo

The objective of this article is to analyze the foreign policy of Argentina developed in large part of this century in response to the main features that characterized it, in order to determine the level of autonomy reached by such a policy. In the study was observed the inspiration and autonomist which took the Argentine government, which was demonstrated by its rhetoric. At the same time, the similar attitudes and actions that the country promoted with the desire to achieve greater decisional independence through its bilateral relations and participation in multilateral media, as well as in conflicts Latin american.One concludes that the foreign policy, on not having been provided with power, contradicted the intention of reducing dependence, which was one of the fundamental goals of the Argentine government.

Biografia do Autor

Roberto Miranda, Universidad Nacional de Rosario Universidad Nacional de La Plata

Investigador Principal del Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Têcnicas (Argentina). Profesor Titular en la Universidad Nacional de Rosario y en la Universidad Nacional de La Plata. Director de la Maestría en Relaciones Internacionales de la Universidad Católica de Santa Fe. 

Publicado

2019-01-02

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Miranda, R. (2019). Creencia autonomista y política exterior: el caso de Argentina. Revista Intellector - ISSN 1807-1260 - [CENEGRI], 15(30), 72–87. https://doi.org/10.26556/1807-1260.v15.n30.p.72-87.2018

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