広島平和科学 29巻
2007 発行

A "Nuclear Integration" : Constructing Supranationality in the South American Southern Cone

Milanese, Juan Pablo
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The agreements for the peaceful use of nuclear energy reached by Argentina and Brazil are not like the traditional South American integration schemes. Historically, the latter were characterized by their interpresidential structure, which showed progress but produced a precarious level of institutionalization. Although the beginning of the "nuclear cooperation" can also be characterized by its interpresidential nature, later the course of the development turned towards supranationality, with both parties becoming complementary to the same process, previously unknown in the region, and extraordinary successful.
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冊子版でのページ数はpp.109-136
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Copyright (c) 2007 Institute for Peace Science, Hiroshima University