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LES RELATIONS DE L'AMERIQUE LATINE ET DES CARAIBES AVEC L'EUROPE COMMUNAUTAIRE : CARREFOUR ET DEFIS
Vol. 42, No. 1, AMERIQUE LATINE - EUROPE: 500 ans . . . Et après ? (1993), pp. 221-235
Published by: Institut de Sociologie de l'Université de Bruxelles
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41229882
Page Count: 15
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The autor presents a study of the relations between Latin-America and Europe in the ambit of a trinagular relation that includes, besides these two countries, the United States that plays an essential role in these relations, on an economic and political level The autor also insists on the paradoxof relations between the two regions that consolidaded their political strenght, wereas they remain characterised by a reciprocal marginalisation if not a deterioration on uneconomic level He puts forward the idea of a progressive replacement of a "diplomacy of parties" by "international market relations" as a guidlinefor european policy concerningLatin America. Furthermore, the reinforcement of the négociations on a regional or multilateral basis is consideredas a fundamental means to reinforce the power of négociation ofLatin American countries faced with a Europe in process of economic and political unification. In the last part, the autor briefly explains the specificity of relations between Cuba and the European Community.
Civilisations © 1993 Institut de Sociologie de l'Université de Bruxelles