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Les traces du Pérou et du Chili sur la scène multilatérale : du groupe andin au nouvel ordre économique international (1968-1975)

Abstract : While Peru and Chile are traditionally viewed as rival powers, under the socialist governments of Juan Velasco Alvarado (1968-1975) and of Salvador Allende (1970-1973), they shared a common momentum. This article explores this historical parenthesis and suggests to place the two countries in a crossed perspective, emphasizing not only the similarities in their national policies, but above all the strength of their cooperation at the international level. By studying the Andean Group's structuring and the organization of UNCTAD III in 1972 in Santiago, this article highlights the influence Peru and Chile have had on the multilateral arena as a result of their joint action. Acting as spokespersons for the Third World, Velasco and Allende left their forgotten, yet real, mark on international economic negotiations, and contributed to the impetus towards the Declaration on the New International Economic Order.
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Getsiva Cayo, Raphaël Orange-Leroy. Les traces du Pérou et du Chili sur la scène multilatérale : du groupe andin au nouvel ordre économique international (1968-1975). Revue d'histoire diplomatique, 2022, 1, p. 5-24. ⟨hal-03683795⟩

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