¿Qué MERCOSUR y qué Uruguay se necesitan? Apuntes para entender requerimientos recíprocos
The paper develops two questions. The first is related of what the Uruguay might be expected from the MERCOSUR. The paper concludes highlighting the requisite of sharing a common will among the members country to advance in the integration process. While in the present time the MERCOSUR has sign to be exhausted and gives the idea of a syndrome of fear to the integration and its deepening. For Uruguay it is necessary to develop a double strategy which considers the opportunity of the trade agreements but that also observes its limitations and restrictions. In operative terms is necessary to have a Plan A that wants to achieve a advance of the fear to integration and the MERCOSUR as a façade. Simultaneously it is necessary to take into account that this syndrome could be difficult to change in the short term. So it would be necessary to have an alternative strategy - Plan B- for this contingency. The Uruguayan foreign policy challenge is to combine both strategies, linking the rhythms and intensities
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