Paraguay (; Spanish pronunciation: [paɾaˈɣwaj] (listen)), officially the Republic of Paraguay (Spanish: República del Paraguay; Guarani: Tetã Paraguái), is a country in South America. It is bordered by Argentina to the south and southwest, Brazil to the east and northeast, and Bolivia to the northwest. Although one of only two landlocked countries in South America (the other being Bolivia), the country has coasts, beaches and ports on the Paraguay and Paraná rivers that give exit to the Atlantic Ocean through the Paraná-Paraguay Waterway.Spanish conquistadores arrived in 1524, and in 1537 established the city of Asunción, the first capital of the …



MQUP: McGill-Queen's University Press · 7 April 2022 English

The Enlhet, an Indigenous people of the Paraguayan Chaco, remained virtually untouched by colonialism until the 1920s. This changed with the arrival of Mennonites, who began settling in the centre …

Hannes Kalisch, 2015. 96 2.10 “I’m scared of Paraguayans to this day.” Photo by Hannes Kalisch, 2020 way, in the history of the Enlhet with the Paraguayans; that it might become an act of communication the intruders and their descendants – whether Paraguayans or Mennonites – to understand something of themselves specific actors: the Enlhet and the valay – the Paraguayans. Although the Enlhet did not perceive it at society, the military, and the State. Rather, Paraguayans are perceived solely through their condi- tion

PMLQ: Parti marxiste-léniniste du Québec · 4 September 2018 English

In the face of this reaction by imperialism and the local oligarchies against the progressive forces, we reject the notion of "the end of the cycle" with the same firmness …

the Argentinians, Brazilians, Hondurans and Paraguayans who refuse to accept going back to neo-liberalism

UCP: University of Calgary Press · 23 March 2018 English

'The Paraguayan War' is an engrossing and comprehensive account of the origins and early campaigns of the deadliest and most extensive interstate war ever fought in Latin America.--$cProvided by publisher.

President López, along with most of his fel- low Paraguayans, and tens of thousands of Brazilian, Argentine really had sunk deep roots not only among the Paraguayans, but also among Brazilians, Argentines, and

UCP: University of Calgary Press · 2018 English

In 1864 the capture of Brazilian steamer the Marquês de Olinda initiated South America's most significant war. Thousands of Brazilian, Argentine, and Uruguayan soldiers engaged in a protracted siege of …

profe, the late Tulio Halperín Donghi; from Paraguayans Milda Rivarola, Adelina Pusineri, Alfredo Boccia “Tribunals of Blood” at San Fernando, where so many Paraguayans were condemned, was perhaps the worst, though independence clearly convinced the majority of Paraguayans of the need to obey their dic- tates as the price stockpiled armaments) in Mato Grosso. Thereafter the Paraguayans faced a dilemma. To link up with their Uruguayan López, they presumed, would sue for peace. The Paraguayans, however, enjoyed a few advantages. There was

UCP: University of Calgary Press · 29 October 2010 English

Why has violence been a predominant topic in contemporary Argentine film and literature? What conclusions can be drawn from the dissemination of violent images and narratives that depict violence in …

wannabe” (17). He equally despises Jews and Hindus, Paraguayans and country folk, Chinese and “ponjas,”4 gays

FOCAL: Canadian Foundation for the Americas · 5 May 2009 English

If we wish to see progress held April 14-16, and involved the portant document of any Summit in the possibility of exercising our participation of approximately 250 as it incorporates …

sentante de la Coordinadora de corrupt by many Paraguayans. presentantes de gobierno las pro- ONG’s de Trinidad

FOCAL: Canadian Foundation for the Americas · 22 April 2009 English

disminución de los costos de trans- ficada femenina (brain drain), a lo In light of the diverse conflicts porte que ha permitido el aumento que se asiste es a una …

because of the lack of public 4. Bolivians, Paraguayans, Peruvi- cate standards for basic issues such

FOCAL: Canadian Foundation for the Americas · 17 December 2007 English

These are then linked together in matrix form with five groups of actors that facilitate these contributions: the diaspora communities themselves, the governments of countries of ori- gin, governments and …

facilitates investments and remittance transfers from Paraguayans residing in Manitoba; the Honorary Consul for

UCP: University of Calgary Press · 2007 English

Negotiating Identities in Modern Latin America explores some of the ways in which people define their membership in groups and their collective identity, as well as some of the challenges …

nineteenth-century Latin American nationalism – Paraguayans’ determined resistance to invasion by the Allies

UBC: UBC Press · 2004 English

The Courts and the Colonies offers a detailed account of a protracted dispute arising within a Hutterite colony in Manitoba, when the Schmiedeleut leaders attempted to force the departure of …

admonitions, but both sides drifted apart. The Paraguayans were charged with worldliness, and financial

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