Republican internationalism: the nineteenth-century roots of Latin American contributions to international order

  title={Republican internationalism: the nineteenth-century roots of Latin American contributions to international order},
  author={Tom Long and Carsten-Andreas Schulz},
  journal={Cambridge Review of International Affairs},
  • Tom Long, C. Schulz
  • Published 16 July 2021
  • Political Science
  • Cambridge Review of International Affairs
Although Latin America plays a minimal role in debates on the ‘liberal international order’, scholars recognize the region’s influence on international law, norms, and institutions. We contend that... 
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