2018
DOI: 10.1093/ia/iiy188
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Latin America and the liberal international order: an agenda for research

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“…Latin America has largely been ignored in studies of the international liberal order (Long 2018), as well as in studies of its transformation and decline (Maull 2019). A dominating current argues that the shifting global order leaves more space for regional orders and domination (Acharya, Estevadeordal, & Goodman 2019).…”
Section: Venezuela In the Regional And Global Order Upheavalmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Latin America has largely been ignored in studies of the international liberal order (Long 2018), as well as in studies of its transformation and decline (Maull 2019). A dominating current argues that the shifting global order leaves more space for regional orders and domination (Acharya, Estevadeordal, & Goodman 2019).…”
Section: Venezuela In the Regional And Global Order Upheavalmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In few other cases have the permanent tensions in United States' foreign policy towards Latin America been exposed to the extent that they have been in the case of Venezuela. United States' engagement in Latin America has always occurred in a tension between imperialist inclination, expressed in the newly reactivated Monroe doctrine; the acceptance of principles of sovereignty and social rights upheld by Latin American states; and a common general, although often side-lined, consensus on the principle of democracy (Long 2018). With the entering of the Trump administration, short term domestic political concerns received priority over long term strategic visions.…”
Section: Venezuela In the Regional And Global Order Upheavalmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Though Latin America is rarely central to debates about the LIO, IR scholars have underscored Latin American contributions to elements of global governance and international order: international law, multilateralism, international organizations, and liberal norms regarding human rights and democracy (Long 2018). But what informed these contributions and shaped Latin American diplomatic traditions?…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
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“…It is noteworthy that when applying this concept to US-Latin American relations, Ikenberry discards strategic restraint, as he views relations in the region as "crudely imperial" (Ikenberry, 2011: 27; see also Long, 2018Long, : 1376. Similarly, Mares (1997: 197) sees the Americas and their respective "subsystems" as dominated by balance-of-power concerns.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%