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Argentine-Chilean frontier dispute: Conflict Escalation to Violence in the Beagle Channel

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Chaired by Helen Coskeran

Focusing on the period between 1978 and 1984, this academic project tries to indentify patterns of change and continuity in the foreign policy of Argentina and Chile in the resolution of the frontier dispute. To understand fully the significant political resolutions of the dispute, it is quite instinctive to compare the foreign decision making process of both countries, and in this way to analyze differences and similar outcomes.

This talk is part of the International Political Economy Research Group series.

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