The process of spanish-american independence as a driving force in public international law

  • Castaño Zuluaga, Luis Ociel (PI)
  • GALEANO UPEGUI, LINA MARIA (CoI)
  • HERNANDEZ VASQUEZ, CAROLINA (CoI)
  • HERRERA VILLAMIZAR, CESAR (CoI)
  • PEÑA GARCÍA, LUIS CARLOS (CoI)
  • QUINTERO RAMÍREZ, MARÍA ISABEL (CoI)
  • TOLEDO PERDOMO, JOSÉ FERNANDO (CoI)

Project Details

Description

In the process of independence of the former spanish colonies, in the heat of the political-war dissensions of the sectors encountered, practices were gradually introduced, with the passing of time

Objective

General objective: determine the way in which the process of independence of the latin american nations influenced the consolidation of public international law, in the first half of the xix century, and, in this way

Expected results

Describe the evolution of public international law between 1800-1850, in particular what could be called diplomacy in the independence and management of foreign relations that made the new state configurations
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date17/01/1117/03/13

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