This research is aimed at an analytical study of the non-intervention principle as established in the Charter of Bogata, and of the new alternative of collective action, initiated at Buenos Aires in 1936, and consolidated and strengthened in the Rio Treaty of 1947. The study of the theory of non-intervention is followed by an historical-analytical review of its import in the Americas from 1948 to the present, employing mainly the case-study method.
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First Committee Member (Chair)
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Ferrer, Joseph. "The Non-Intervention Principle: The Theory and Practice in the Americas from 1948 to Present." (1963). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/hist_etds/130