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Universidad de La Habana

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SERRANO SOLARES, Claudia Edith. International Relations as an Object of Social Thinking: Perspectives from Latin America. UH [online]. 2021, n.291, 1.  Epub 01-Ene-2021. ISSN 0253-9276.

The study of International Relations in Latin America and the Caribbean has been carried out based on the theoretical baggage emanating from the two schools with the greatest preponderance in the scientific discipline: the Anglo-Saxon and the United States. Both present the bases that support Eurocentrism and are the model exported to the rest of the global south. As a consequence of the coloniality of knowledge, the discipline in the region followed the precedents established by Europe to the detriment of its own thinking. Nevertheless, the objective of this article is to show that in the face of this theoretical development there is a turning point in which Latin American thought unleashed a prolific debate that led to the creation of categories and postulates of its own, which constituted a relevant contribution to understanding the international economic structure.

Palabras clave : social sciences; history; Latin American thinking.

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