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Inserción internacional de Chile en la post-Guerra Fría; concertación política e integración económico-comercial; dos ejes conceptuales de la política exterior en el Gobierno de Ricardo Lagos (2000-2006)

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Author(s): Abraham Quezada

Journal: Revista Enfoques : Ciencia Política y Administración Pública
ISSN 0718-0241

Volume: VIII;
Issue: 13;
Start page: 119;
Date: 2010;
Original page

Keywords: post-Cold War era | open regionalism | Ricardo Lagos Escobar | foreign policy | globalization

ABSTRACT
Chile’s post-Cold War foreign policy fully coincides with the cycle of governments of the Concert of Parties for Democracy. The return to democracy meant maintaining and increasing the commercial variable but also recovering the prestige and normalization of the country’s role in international forums. Under the framework of Open Regionalism, President Ricardo Lagos (2000-06) secured a model of insertion on the basis of two central axles, that of the political conciliation and that of the deepening of the economic-commercial integration of Chile with the world.
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