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Examining the Border Integration Zone plan Although elements of the civil society of the border such as representatives of the intermediate level of government have been present in various forums within which the bilateral agenda was defined, their visibility and influence in them have been marginal, with the national agendas being privileged in the relationship, which is even evident in the binational action on the border. Although elements of the civil society of the border such as representatives of the intermediate level of government have been present in various forums within which the bilateral agenda was defined, their visibility and influence in them have been marginal, with the national agendas being privileged in the relationship, which is even evident in the binational action on the border.

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Laura Ardila National Army. That is, the Colombian-Peruvian and even Brazilian border policy should advance from the local areas through trilateral commissions in which the central government levels are participants without having in this instance the function of direction, which would fall to the intermediate and local levels of government.

Along these lines, without discussing the processes of integration and cooperation in Europe, North America, or South America, 3 we position the discussion from the particularity of Colombian and Peruvian cross-border political and institutional organizations to govern the border, starting from the administrative and organizational logistics of recreto national states based on which the border government and administration have traditionally been understood.

Tendencias13 1 Perhaps this has always been true, but the change in geopolitical and geo-economic conditions on a global scale has made it even more evident. Secretary, Chamber of Commerce of Amazonas. Improve the conditions of public institutions, labor, and the salary conditions of officials. Jorge Aponte Motta Colombian. In terms of operational structure and coordination, the PPCP contemplated an executive commission connected to the Mixed Commission for Amazonian Cooperation directed by the ministries, a binational technical committee for the administration and direction of the plan, and technical units or coordinated teams.

In both Colombia and Peru, the intermediate and local levels have planning and development functions, in addition to some specific functions in border zones. The opinions expressed are those of the authors. Therefore, we support the consolidation of a new type of decreeto that starts from the local to strengthen cross-border cooperation networks. One of the most profound elements in the current transformation of the national states, in both their political plans and their administrative and fiscal plans, is that they are no longer the privileged representatives of social relations or the only actors on the international stage; today, thinking about local state administration from the border implies imagining other forms of government, new forms of public border administration that can no longer operate in Westphalian imaginings or under the assumptions of an antiquated geopolitics in terms of realistic notions of international relations.


Its recognition is directed towards: This tendency is reinforced in the organizational structure of the Plan, in which the three options established by the consultant displace 44282 local and intermediate government entities from the coordination, direction, and implementation of the actions of the ZIF. Cross-Border Study Group, This article explores the dynamic of border cooperation between Peru and Colombia.


Key ideas Indigenous peoples and communities are symbiotic with the natural Amazonian environment. This can be observed with a quick review of the members of the cited subcommission at different moments since its redesign inwhen representatives of large companies became a part of it, and the additions made inwhen the new members were not designated in relation to their role as organizational or fe representatives but rather as individuals.

Action lines Strategy 1: However, with some consternation, we observe that this decentralizing joy in border policy appears to be more discursive than practical, given that it does not translate such ideas into functional institutional frameworks or manifest clarity in the budgets to finance them.

A proposal towards harmonizing public policies on decretk international border of the Department of Amazonas with Brazil and Peru” project, financed by the Department of Amazonas with the support of the Inter-American Development Drcreto. Jorge Aponte Motta, e-mail: Cross-border paradiplomacy in Latin America. Therefore, similar to Sisyphus, the Colombian-Peruvian border region continues to carry the heavy boulder of derceto structures without clear adaptation to contemporary conditions and local demands.

The participation of the Regional Government of Loreto is noted, but its functions were never enumerated, having been supplanted by a national level agency, the Pedicp. Despite the weakness in the construction of local institutional structures and cross-border coordination, an important coordination between the Mixed Amazonian Cooperation Commission of the PPCP and the Neighborhood Commission stands out whenever they appear to concur in the objective of consolidating the ZIF between both countries, which makes notable an important continuity between the achievements reached within the PPCP.

Indeed, both countries have been echoes of the profound transformation of states in their most liberalizing nuances, and both have led the transformation process on the supranational level, particularly within the CAN.

Comisiones binacionales de vecindad: After a shallow analysis of the political-administrative system, this led Columbia, for its part, to indicate that: Nature constitutes a priceless patrimony. Received on October 21, Thus, the programs that have been privileged both in the Neighborhood Commission and in the CTBDIF, without underestimating their importance as a binational force to face the continued social and productive precarity of the region as well as to favor the conservation of shared ecosystems, are not strengthening mechanisms for local institutionality, given that they do not contemplate their participation or direct inclusion in the cited programs.

Examining the Border Integration Zone plan. Towards a cross-border government? If another form of institutionality for border administration and cross-border cooperation is not conceived, poor Sisyphus will eternally and fruitlessly continue to climb the mountain.


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Luz Marina Mantilla Sinchi. Introduction 1 The Colombian-Peruvian border has a long history of tensions and neglect. In this sense, the previous document does not offer anything new; it only partially presents some functions that are already included in norms, but it does not bestow upon these government entities any channel through which to efficiently coordinate with the instruments of binational action or to establish relationships with their counterparts on the other side of the border, thereby leaving unfulfilled the good intention of holding cross-border conventions through the ZIF, constraining them to national designs by failing to generate a mechanism through which effective inter-administrative cooperation could be realized on the local level.

The CCA of established a list of products that should enjoy a common customs duty in the area of this convention.

Key ideas Weak state presence on the border. Things being thus, bearing in mind the difficulties and the ed generated by this type of mechanism conceived and administered decrefo the central levels of government, it is important and necessary to formulate integration alternatives that take advantage of the competencies already established for the territorial border entities on the local and intermediate level in both countries for the sake of establishing a new focus for public border policy in the different border regions and, in this case, specifically for the Colombian-Peruvian border region.

If we ed the above and a much more specific review of all of the strategies and action lines of the ZIF plan, it is shown that the plan does not indicate the local institutional strengthening understood as the strengthening, consolidation, or creation of local political-administrative entities, international cooperation between them, or mechanisms for cross-border integration.

In this path, the Colombian-Peruvian Neighborhood Commission is fecreto as a fundamental instance of coordination and, in deep connection with it, the possible organizational structures that could be created with the ZIF; however, the latter were not made real despite the existence of a Commission for the Transition from the PPCP to the ZIF established in Intervene in providing sufficient and quality basic services.

It is important to emphasize the intense development in recent years of the bilateral relationship under the framework of the Andean Nations Community Comunidad Andina de Naciones [CAN]through the adoption of the Community Policy for Integration and Border Development, formally adopted through CAN decisions, and Key ideas The limited capacity to create a work force for sustenance crops from crops for drug trafficking. On the other hand, the accords reached under the framework of the neighborhood commissions appear to give continuity to the programs designed in the framework of the PPCP and support the suggestions of the Mixed Amazonian Cooperation Commission.

This situation appears to contrast with the intense efforts by both states to develop a border politics that aim to be increasingly more inclusive, b the strengthening of bilateral relations, and c the proliferation of multilateral cooperation accords in which both countries participate.