By diplomacy we understand
the activities and negotiations held principally, but not
exclusively, by professional diplomats who act to the
benefit of sovereign states.
beyond the formal system of representation of sovereign
states, there are more and more NGOs, agencies,
associations and individuals that have a similar
representation to diplomats and who seek the recognition
of states throughout the world.
can be partly explained by the emergence of a global civil
society that interacts. This is the particular case
between diasporas and their “mother nations” and the
part they play in consolidating their objectives.
Immigrant groups and their descendants
attempt to maintain their customs, language and religion
in the receiving countries. These non-state diasporas and
their agents can act as third parties in conflicts between
their nationalities and their central governments.
Furthermore, the more
success they have in the states where they reside, the
more effective they are. The more numerous, rich, powerful
and influential this group is, the bigger the
opportunity to achieve this.
paper will examine the support of the Argentine diaspora
during the independence process in
on the basis of the most important Argentine newspapers,
and will seek to elucidate their opinions on the issue.