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Las relaciones entre Argentina y Brasil 1870-1910: Una Relación Ambivalente

  • Marina Rodriguez

Para comprender mejor las relaciones de hoy, es aconsejable saber como fueron en el pasado. Cuando se piensa en fines del siglo XIX y principios del XX, pareciera que nada tiene que ver con hoy; a muchos les resulta extraño un trabajo sobre tantos años atrás. Sin embargo eso puede parecer a simple vista, pero con una mirada más atenta se comienza a descubrir la importancia que contiene. Tan lejano (y no tanto) de 1870, en el siglo XXI, Brasil sigue siendo un vecino importantísimo y hoy es una fundamental pieza del Mercosur. Aún en las actuales relaciones con Brasil éstas fueron (y son) pendulares entre la amistad y la rivalidad, predominando una u otra de acuerdo a la circunstancia y al contexto regional y mundial. Brasil entre 1870-1910 (y aún hoy) ocupó un lugar destacado en la “Agenda de la política exterior argentina”. Y ver que variables (como liderazgo regional, prestigio) de esos años aún hoy se disputan . La historia permite el estudio del pasado y comprender mejor el hoy. Esta relación pendular amigo-rival por momentos le cupo un perfil más activo que otros pero no estuvo ausente y ver el desarrollo de las pasadas relaciones permite encontrar hoy comportamientos que no son tan nuevos

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