Spanish Policy on Latin America in 2002

Arenal, Celestino del (2004) Spanish Policy on Latin America in 2002. Elcano Newsletter (2). 25 p.. ISSN 1698-5184

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Abstract

The relationship between Spain and Latin America is unique, complex and multidimensional. It runs deeper than diplomacy, politics and economics, and involves not only governments, but also a wide range of other, non-official players. In the final analysis, the relationship is not so much based on geo-strategy or security needs, or even economic reasons –although these factors are of increasing importance– but rather on linguistic, cultural and historical ties, as well as an affinity with Latin America at all levels.

Item Type: Article
Additional Information: Estudio sólo disponible en inglés
Uncontrolled Keywords: Europa
Subjects: INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION > INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS > FOREIGN POLICY.
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION > INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS > ECONOMIC RELATIONS.
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION > INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS > INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS.
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION > COUNTRIES AND REGIONS > LATIN AMERICA
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION > COUNTRIES AND REGIONS > SPAIN
Divisions: Real Instituto Elcano, RIE
Depositing User: Jorge Horcas Pulido
Date Deposited: 17 Jan 2012 12:38
Last Modified: 17 Jan 2012 12:38
URI: http://biblioteca.ribei.org/id/eprint/711

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