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In his dissertation William Calvo explores the Ibero-American System. His research attempts to show the usefulness of the Ibero-American System  and how it has modified and increased diplomatic contacts and public outcome in Latin America, the Iberian Peninsula and the EU.  

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Dissertation library
 William Calvo , 2008
 
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