Die intraamerikanischen Beziehungen

  • Detlef Nolte
Part of the Studienbücher Außenpolitik und Internationale Beziehungen book series (SAIB)


Interamerikanische oder intraamerikanische Beziehungen? Die Begriffswahl hängt von der Sichtweise auf den betrachteten Gegenstand ab. Während der Begriff der intraamerikanischen Beziehungen auf das Verbindende und die Verknüpfung zwischen den Staaten in Nord- und Südamerika abhebt, grenzt der Begriff interamerikanische Beziehungen die USA von den südlichen Nachbarn ab und rückt das Augenmerk auf die häufig konfliktreichen Beziehungen zwischen den USA und den lateinamerikanischen Staaten. Es gibt Argumente für beide Sichtweisen.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.GIGA German Institute of Global and Area StudiesHamburgDeutschland

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