Latin America

In the same way we read Tenebaum, Frank, “Beyond the Nation-State”, 1970, p. 36: “… for Moreover, the emergence of multinational companies offers a practical basis for future global development. Since they are more interested in the realities of commercial and industrial service in the symbols of sovereignty, there is no evidence that it can become an effective and lasting international order taking as a center of political unity called Na tion-state. “The Republic of Argentina is a sovereign nation. The is, in a defined geographical environment, a people conscious of their target community, with a story that encourages this and pushes us towards the future. We will and determination to continue building the nation. We’ll do it slowly or quickly, but we will.

This is the same creative will that drives the brotherly peoples of Latin America. Were born almost together independent life and together we set out to conquer our training done. Latin America is much more than a collection of nations united by geography, by history, by the institutions, and faith. Latin America is a common destiny and a common enterprise of human redemption. This community that we integrate the Latin American peoples is based on a continent which is a unit in its geographical expression and its historical roots, and that also joined by a common desire of democratic realization. That reason was Don Hipolito Irigoyen, illustrious President of the Argentines, who said that “men are sacred to people and nations are sacred to people.” The relations with the neighboring countries of Latin America must be taken to a plane full identification, particularly as it relates to neighboring countries.