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date: 07 May 2021

Paradiplomacy in Latin America: Between the Policy and the Research Agendalocked

  • Ana Carolina MauadAna Carolina MauadDepartment of Political Science and International Relations, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana

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Paradiplomacy refers to the international politics of subnational governments, such as cities and states. Latin American subnational actors have been actively performing paradiplomacy actions since the 1990s, fostering a research agenda that is closely connected with the policy practice. In a context of democratization and regional integration, paradiplomacy tends to grow and expose challenges regarding legal and institutional settings within federalist countries while dialoguing with global dynamics.

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