By Gian Luca Gardini
In recent times numerous Latin American nations have followed a extra assertive and independent stance of their overseas coverage. The becoming rejection of neo-liberalism as an ideological dogma turns out to have given house to extra pragmatic stances in favour of nationwide pursuits. when ideological discourse remains to be directed in the direction of either household and foreign audiences with various intensities and tones, it seems that to be mixed with basically pragmatic rules and goals. This publication stories the overseas coverage of 11 Latin American nations and argues mix of pragmatism and beliefs characterises modern Latin American techniques to diplomacy. It analyses no matter if this can be a everlasting or contingent characteristic, what components impact the combo of pragmatism and beliefs, and even if this is often an identifiable new trend of overseas coverage in Latin the US
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Approaches in Comparative and International Politics, Evanston: Northwestern University Press. Russell Crandall (2008), The United States and Latin America after the Cold War, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. indd 34 1/25/2011 12:42:18 PM Chapter 2 Pragmatism, Ideology, and Tradition in Chilean Foreign Policy Since 1990* Joaquín Fermandois Introduction: Main Historical Traits Chile has been widely recognized as having adopted a pragmatist approach to foreign relations since the return of democracy in March 1990.
The attention that Cuba has received in the last fifty years is largely due to its ideological stance. S. priorities. However, while weak countries may generally be more attracted to ideological postures than powerful states, there is nothing deterministic in this and it does not entirely explain the mix of ideology and pragmatism. Instead, human agency and the particular qualities of a country’s leaders are further, often crucial, variables in explaining foreign policy Agency and the Human Factor The beliefs, perceptions, and individual preferences of decision makers have a paramount impact on the mix of ideology and pragmatism informing the external relations of a country, since these individuals formulate and implement foreign policy.
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