Essay - Catálogos, 1996


With its always unstable national identity, Argentina entered fully into its continental stage at the exact moment when the United States of (North) America , as the planet's great victor of the Cold War, was left free to formulate new, regional strategies. Written in the dawn of the Free Trade Area of the Americas, this essay recounts the debate on whether Argentina should aim at a project that is South American, Latin American, or that encompasses the whole continent.

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