The Creation of American Regional Integration and the Origination of the Inter-American System after Independence. The Congress of Panama (1826) and the American Congress of Lima (1847)
|since 10/2017||Doctoral Researcher in the Research Training Group "World Politics", Bielefeld University|
|2017||Lecturer, Critical History, Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas, Peru|
|2016 - 2017||Chief of the Cultural Management and Public Relations Commission, Peru|
|2016||Master applicant in Latin American History, Indigenous World, Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Seville, Spain|
|2014 - 2015||Chief of the Cultural Management and Institutional Cooperation Commission, Peru|
|2010 - 2015||M.A. History with a major in Andean Studies, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Peru (PUCP), Peru|
|2014||Professional Title in History, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Peru|
|2013||Temporary Exhibitions Assistant, Museo de Arte de Lima, Peru|
|2010 - 2012||Research Assistant, El Museo Nacional de Arqueología, Antropología e Historia del Perú, Peru|
|1998 - 2003||B.A. Social Sciences with a major in History, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Peru|
The Hispano-American nations recently emancipated in the early 19th century face not only the problems caused by the transition from a colonial system to a republican system of government, but also the fear of an eventual re-conquest or the military intervention of some other European power. In response to this, the creation of measures meant to prevent other nations from abusing their power takes shape in the form of their own American International Law, along with the rejection of already existent systems inappropriate for the American reality. In this sense, we will perform an analysis of how these young republics reinforced their diplomatic relationships and organized a series of congresses, such as the Congress of Panama and the Congress of Lima, where the foundations for the American Code of International Law were laid as well as revealed the contradictions between the supranational objectives and the search for reassurance by the new governments. Similarly, we will evaluate the conditions under which this process expanded and the way it responded to the situations that originated from the debates between those who supported the idea of a big Continental Confederation and those who defended national interests, which allowed the birth of a new political culture and an international political agenda among widespread local political instability.
- Vásquez, G. (2014). El endeudamiento de Felipe II y el Virreinato del Perú: De las cajas de comunidad a la Caja General de Censos de Indios de Lima (1556-1600). In: Campos, J., ed. El Perú en los tiempos de Felipe II, 1st ed. Madrid: EDES. pp. 111-128 (in Spanish).
The RTG participated in the Annual Retreat of the Institute for World Society Studies on 14 and 15 December 2017 in Bad Salzuflen. More.
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Guest lecture by George Lawson (LSE) on 28 November
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Official Opening of the RTG on 24 October
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The RTG "World Politics" started on 01 October
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The RTG is approved
We are pleased to announce that the DFG has approved our Research Training Group application. The new Research Training Group `World politics: The emergence of political arenas and modes of observation in world society´ will start 01 October 2017.