The Foreign Policy of Peru
L. Rienner Publishers, 1992 - 269 páginas
Since Peru's independence in 1824, its foreign policy has been shaped by the conflicting demands of independence and interdependence. Ronald Bruce St John systematically analyzes the strong link between the external and internal concerns that determine Peruvian foreign policy, demonstrating that domestic objectives and political considerations strongly influence - if not actually dictate - many aspects of the nation's international posture.
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