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Published by World Peace Foundation in Boston .
Written in English


  • Tacna-Arica question,
  • Latin America -- History

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Statementby Graham H. Stuart
SeriesWorld Peace Foundation Pamphlets -- vol. X, no.1, Pamphlet series (World Peace Foundation) -- vol. X, no. 1.
The Physical Object
Pagination136 p.
Number of Pages136
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16437841M

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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stuart, Graham H. (Graham Henry), b. Tacna-Arica dispute. Boston, World Peace Foundation The Tacna–Arica compromise or Treaty of Lima was a series of documents that settled the territorial dispute of both Tacna and Arica provinces of Peru and Chile respectively. According to the Treaty, the Tacna-Arica Territory was divided between both countries; Tacna being awarded to Peru and with Chile retaining sovereignty over on: Lima, Peru. In , Chile and Peru asked the United States to arbitrate their dispute over the ownership of the provinces of Tacna, Arica, and Tarata, a dispute dating back to The U.S. government invited Chilean and Peruvian representatives to Washington and a preliminary settlement was reached. Tacna–Arica dispute In Peru: Formation of the Aprista movement Final settlement of the long-standing Tacna-Arica dispute with Chile, by which Peru ceded the province of Arica, angered the extreme nationalists, while the effects of worldwide economic depression (see Great Depression) cost Leguía the support of business groups.

Continue reading the main story TACNA-ARICA DISPUTE WAS LONG AND BITTER; Many Years Were Spent in Fruitless Negotiations Before a Settlement Was Reached- . Tacna-Arica Controversy Tacna-Arica Controversy (täk´nə-ərē´kə), –, dispute between Chile and Peru. It arose from provisions of the Treaty of Ancón (), which ended the War of the Pacific (see Pacific, War of the). Tacna-Arica Case - Award of 4 March rendered by President Calvin Coolidge [] Introduction. The Camarones River rises in the Andes, in the Northern part of Chile, southeast of Arica, and flows about 65 miles west to the Pacific. The Ucayali River is situated in the Eastern part of Peru. It is one of the Amazon's main headstreams.   The judgment then briefly recounts the fascinating genesis of the maritime boundary dispute between Peru and Chile. The dispute is traced back to the 19th Century and in the “War of the Pacific” () between Chile, Peru and Bolivia, which revolved around control over nitrate resources in the Atacama Desert.

The Bolivia-Chile-Peru Dispute in the Atacama Desert. Ronald Bruce St. John. IBRU, - Atacama Desert The Bolivia-Chile-Peru dispute in the Atacama Desert the author of more than three dozen books and articles on Libya, including the Historical Dictionary of Libya and Qaddafi's World Design: Libyan Foreign Policy, , serves. President Calvin Coolidge then asked him late in to head a diplomatic effort to resolve the Tacna-Arica dispute between Peru and Chile that had festered since He accepted this mission but finally had to give it up due to ill health after spending six months in Arica (August –January ). The Tacna and Arica Campaign is known as the stage of the War of the Pacific after the Chilean conquest of the Peruvian department of Tarapacá, ending with Chilean domination of the Moquegua department in southern Peru. During this campaign Bolivia retired from the war after the Battle of Tacna, and Peru lost the port of , Manuel Baquedano assumed command as the new Commander . Volume 84 "ARBITRATION IN THE TACNA-ARICA DISPUTE" is an article from Advocate of Peace through Justice, Volume View more articles from Advocate of Peace through Justice.