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Posts Tagged ‘Common Market of the South (Mercosur)’

Mercosur bloc rejects use of force in Venezuela

Posted by seumasach on August 14, 2017

Reuters

12th August, 2017

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) – South American trade bloc Mercosur rejects the use of force in Venezuela, a statement sent by Argentina’s foreign ministry said on Saturday, a day after U.S. President Donald Trump threatened military intervention.

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The Common Market of the South and the Eurasian Union

Posted by seumasach on April 15, 2015

How the Common Market of the South and the Eurasian Union defy the United States and the hegemony of the dollar

Voltairenet

20th March, 2015

The economic containment strategies against Moscow and Caracas stimulated by Washington hasted the reconfiguration of alliances in the world system. Although Russia is geographically located in the northern hemisphere, its diplomatic agenda shows more connection to that of emerging economies. The same is happening in Latin American countries. According to the Russian chancellor, Serguey Lavrov, Latin America is called on to become a centrepiece in the development of a multipolar world order.

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The Common Market of the South:

Posted by seumasach on September 2, 2014

the long and difficult path to integration

Ariel Noyola Rodríguez

Voltairenet

2nd September, 2014

Integration in Latin America is moving forward with missteps, contradictions of peripheral capitalism and the strong opposition from the United States. However, the prompt implementation of the Banco del Sur in partnership with the new development bank of the BRICS could call into question the financial dominance of Washington in the region and strengthen the integration dream of the economies of the South.

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