The Digital Library is a repository for knowledge on EU-LAC relations, mostly since 1999 when the bi-regional Partnership was formally launched. However, it also holds some older key documents. It offers a one-stop facility for researchers and others wanting to find out more about the bi-regional partnership and the topics discussed within it. The Digital Library contains:
- Articles and other academic publications
- Bibliographical references
- Summit Declarations and Action Plans resulting from the bi-regional EU-LAC Summits
The Digital Library is still growing. Please be patient as we keep adding new references and documents!
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