De l’émiettement territorial subi vers une nouvelle fédération des Etats de l’Amérique Centrale

Abstract : Central America, made of six Spanish speaking countries and one English speaking country, is the result of the partition of which Spanish crown, during the discoveries, called captainship of Guatemala. The partition into small states allowed an easy foreign influence, particularly from the powerful northern neighbor, until the outburst of civil wars, epitomizing a cold war waged by implementing and building up, in Guatemala, Nicaragua, Salvador, in particular. The thesis makes a panorama of the problematic foreign relations, from independence to the climax period of the eighties, until the end of the cold war. It gives birth to a hypothesis: the creation of a new federation, avoiding the previous failures, to put into potential the economical and human resources, of the states of the area, in order to play as a partner, in international relationships, in spite of undergoing foreign influences.
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Guy Posé. De l’émiettement territorial subi vers une nouvelle fédération des Etats de l’Amérique Centrale. Géographie. Université de Lorraine, 2012. Français. ⟨NNT : 2012LORR0422⟩. ⟨tel-01754508⟩

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