Oana-Bianca-Maria Stan
Oana-Bianca-Maria Stan
Master’s Degree Student in Diplomacy in International Economics, Faculty of International Business and Economics, Bucharest University of Economic Studies; interested in diplomacy and global issues; engaged in various volunteer activities at the Euro-Atlantic Center for Resilience
Neighbourly Bickering: The Argentine – Chilean Dispute for the Southern Patagonian Ice Field

Neighbourly Bickering: The Argentine – Chilean Dispute for the Southern Patagonian Ice Field

Over the past two hundred years, Chile and Argentina have developed a fruitful bilateral relationship, marked by ups and downs, where any conflict was resolved through agreements and negotiations. However, the greatest difficulties have arisen in delimiting the borders for the Southern regions, specifically the Campos de Hielo Sur/ The Southern Patagonian Ice Field, where each state mapped out spaces that overlapped graphically. There have been multiple attempts to solve this issue by establishing a definitive limit, engaging in high-level conversations between the governments involved. Despite numerous territorial concessions from Chile, there still remain unresolved aspects and unjustified decisions. More


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