Pan-Americanism


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Pan-Americanism

the idea of a single state including all of North and South America.
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Pan-Americanism

[ˈpænəˈmerɪkənɪzəm] Npanamericanismo m

Pan-Americanism

nPanamerikanismus m
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Which of the examples and experiences we should creatively emulate, pan-Europeanism, pan-Americanism, pan-Arabism, pan-Islamism or what?
1924 saw the founding of Peru's first leftist political party, the Alianza Popular Revolucionaria Americana (APRA) which espoused anti-imperialism, Pan-Americanism, international solidarity and economic nationalism and sought greater political power for the lower and middle classes.
While it can be problematic to over-generalize or under-specify when talking about "correct" Indigenous designations, recent terminologies refer to larger abstract ideas about Indigenous peoples who subscribe to pan-nationalism, pan-Americanism, panculturalism, and plurinationalism, generally.
Pan-Americanism, as a philosophy, held that the New World and its republics were truly different from Europe and should manage their international relations on a new basis of equality and diplomacy rather than pure power relations.
If we want to renew pan-Americanism, we must find a clear agenda on topics that are inherently hemispheric while allowing countries to continue on their independent path in areas that are not hemispheric in nature.
Through its many ongoing programs, PADF embodies the spirit of hemispheric solidarity and cooperation that gave birth to Pan-Americanism and the inter-American system in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
This is an examination of political interactions between elite Haitians and elite US African Americans that deploys the dual theoretical lens of Pan-Americanism and Afro-Modernity to explore the complexity of political and cultural relations.
conference, which participants and observers believed heralded a new era in Pan-Americanism, up-to-date in many respects.
I want to close by talking about the spirit of pan-Americanism and seeing if we can interpret and understand not only events in the hemisphere but also our engagement in the hemisphere as a way to reinforce a spirit of pan-Americanism that I think is absolutely essential to the future and the well-being of the hemisphere.
Guatemala is constructing an interconnection line with Mexico and, added to what Panama is doing with Colombia, we're talking about an [electrical] pan-Americanism," said the director of the state-owned Empresa de Transmision Electrica de Panama, Jose Ignacio Quiros.
Unlike its distinguished predecessors, which were international in orientation, the Buffalo exposition was restricted to the Western Hemisphere and ostensibly embraced, indeed celebrated, Pan-Americanism.
In the same way that Rivera found a way to blend Marxist dogma with his homegrown, anarchistic Pan-Americanism, Rivera bent European expressionism into an expressive new bilingual art.

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