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The Beagle Channel dispute between Argentina and Chile : :an historical analysis

Author: David R Struthers
Publisher: Ft. Belvoir : Defense Technical Information Center, April 1985.
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This thesis examines the Beagle Channel dispute in its entirety, beginning with the initial discovery of the area, to the 1984 Treaty of Peace and Friendship which has tentatively resolved the century-long dispute. It contains an examination of the various treaties and arbitrations which have occurred over the last 100 years, and also the incidents which have occurred due to the absence of an effective treaty.  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David R Struthers
OCLC Number: 620986981
Notes: Thesis submitted to the Faculty of the Defense Intelligence College in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Strategic Intelligence.
Description: vii, 385 p. : maps ; 29 cm.
Responsibility: David R. Struthers.

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This thesis examines the Beagle Channel dispute in its entirety, beginning with the initial discovery of the area, to the 1984 Treaty of Peace and Friendship which has tentatively resolved the century-long dispute. It contains an examination of the various treaties and arbitrations which have occurred over the last 100 years, and also the incidents which have occurred due to the absence of an effective treaty. Additionally, this thesis examines the numerous subsidiary issues which have affected all efforts by Argentina and Chile to being able to resolve the dispute, to include petroleum reserves in the area, fishing rights, territorial claims in Antarctica and national pride and esteem. Finally, this thesis provides that the Beagle Channel dispute is only a symptom of more important problems in the area, which inlude political and economic expansionism, the need to acquire valuable natural resources, and the need to find new locations for expanding populations.

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