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Diálogo andino

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OVANDO SANTANA, Cristian  y  GONZALEZ MIRANDA, Sergio. THE ROLE OF PARADIPLOMACYBETWEEN THE NORTH OF CHILE AND THE SOUTH OF PERU: HISTORY, INSTITUTIONAL RESTRICTIONS AND NEW CHALLENGES “POST LA HAYA VERDICT”. Diálogo Andino [online]. 2018, n.55, pp.79-91. ISSN 0719-2681.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0719-26812018000100079.

Tacna and Arica have a mutual irrefutable colonial and republican history; however, after the Treaty of Ancon (1884) and until now, in which La Haya verdict on water borders has been the last law suit, the nation states of Peru and Chile have put pressure on border relationships until the limits of diplomacy. Here the paradiplomatic role is analyzed that actors of the societies of Tacna and Arica have performed, with the purpose of achieving a social harmony to benefit them, taking advantage of the economic complementarity of the valley (Tacna) and the port (Arica).

Through the implementation of different cross-border neighboring agreements, to deal with specific local cooperative aspects, paradiplomatic actors from Tacna-Arica have built a cross-border identity, challenging even some nationalist practices.

Palabras clave : Tacna Arica; mutual history; diplomatic pluralism and paradiplomacy; post La Haya ruling; civil society..

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