The Intellectual Context of British Diplomatic Recognition of the South American Republics, C. 1800–1830

  title={The Intellectual Context of British Diplomatic Recognition of the South American Republics, C. 1800–1830},
  author={Gabriel B. Paquette},
  journal={Journal of Transatlantic Studies},
  • G. Paquette
  • Published 23 January 2004
  • History
  • Journal of Transatlantic Studies
This article explores the intellectual underpinnings of British diplomatic recognition of the Spanish American Republics in the first third of the nineteenth century. 

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