Partidos políticos, ideología y política exterior en Uruguay (2010-2014)

Colombia Internacional. 2015;83:135-169 DOI 10.7440/colombiaint83.2015.06


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Journal Title: Colombia Internacional

ISSN: 0121-5612 (Print); 1900-6004 (Online)

Publisher: Universidad de los Andes

Society/Institution: Universidad de los Andes, Departamento de Ciencia Política

LCC Subject Category: Political science: International relations | Political science: Political science (General)

Country of publisher: Colombia

Language of fulltext: Portuguese, Spanish, English

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Camilo López Burian (Universidad de la República (Uruguay))


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Time From Submission to Publication: 52 weeks


Abstract | Full Text

Uruguay has a party political system. The central actors play an important - though not exclusive - role in shaping the political agenda and in defining strategies for public policies. Within these parties there are a number of highly institutionalized factions. This paper presents an analysis of the positioning of parties and factions on Uruguayan foreign policy, showing inter and intra-party convergences and divergences on the subject. The information presented was obtained through a survey of Uruguayan legislators. The findings show similarities and differences of opinion with and between the parties, and lead us to believe that Uruguayan foreign policy is a party political matter, where ideology is a relevant factor in terms of explaining it.