The impact of foreign policy on public opinion: The Malvinas Case (1984-1997)
No 205, CEMA Working Papers: Serie Documentos de Trabajo. from Universidad del CEMA
This paper studies the relationship between public opinion and one specific Argentine foreign policy, namely, the one concerning the Malvinas during the last two democratic governments. In particular, since the instauration of the democratic regime, there have been two different policies followed by the two elected presidents, Raúl Alfonsín, and Carlos Menem. What was the impact of these policies on Argentine public opinion? By using survey data the paper suggests that in the Malvinas case, public support will probably depend on the general evaluation on government performance in other areas considered more critical by most of the population.
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