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Argentina: Foreign relations and the new foreign policy agenda
Contains three papers from the conference 'Confronting the Future in Argentina: the second Menem administration', held by the Institute of Latin American Studies on 1-2 February, 1996. They are: "Foreign Policy and
Argentina's National Interest" (Andres Cisneros); "Democratisation in Argentina
and the End of the Cold War: The impact on Anglo-Argentine relations"
(Jose Octavio Bordon); and
"Britain, Argentina and the Islands: The potential for a solution" (Alastair Forsyth)
Lewis, Colin M. and Szusterman, Celia (1996) Argentina: Foreign relations and the new foreign policy agenda. ISA Occasional Papers (14). ISSN 0953-6825
|Additional Information:||Colin M. Lewis is Senior Lecturer in Latin American Economic History at the London School of Economics, and an Associate Fellow of the Institute of Latin American Studies.
Celia Szusterman is Senior Lecturer in Spanish at the University of Westminster, and an Associate Fellow of the Institute of Latin American Studies.|
Culture, Language & Literature
|Keywords:||Argentina, Cold War, Falklands, Malvinas|
|Divisions:||Institute of Latin American Studies|
|Collections:||ILAS Occasional Paper Series|
|Deposited By:||Kerry Whitston|
|Date Deposited:||20 Feb 2012 10:46|
|Last Modified:||13 Aug 2013 10:00|
|License terms||Available to public|