oa African Yearbook of Rhetoric - The syndrome of disproportion in Argentine foreign policy

Volume 3, Issue 3
  • ISSN : 2220-2188
  • E-ISSN: 2305-7785



During the celebrations of her Bicentenary (2010), Argentina has been often portrayed as a country isolated from the world, whether by its own decision or actions or due to the practices of others. It is important to distinguish the intention of moving away or not intervening in international affairs - a policy of isolationism - from the practice that produces a (perhaps unwanted) result of foreign isolation. In this case, isolation is the consequence of policies by foreign actors withdrawing the country from contact and communication, or punishing it for certain actions. It can also be a result of the lack or loss of international relevance or of the indifference of others.

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