Treaty between Bolivia and Chile
Today's global situation is one diametrically different form that of a century ago, the politics and economics of globalization have driven the world to mold into regional blocs of interests and interdependence among nations, which has unequivocally traduced in these last years, in that no conflict between nations falls "beyond the reach of the International Community" (Calvert, 76), especially if it poses a threat to the existent peace milieu, principally in the south American region.
The following analysis will attempt to objectify the boundary conflict between Bolivia and Chile. …
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