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Si Somos Americanos10 1 Accepted on August 18, Despite all of these developments, the design of public policies, and the institutional networks for their implementation, there is no correspondence with what is occurring on the border. Other health programs such as the binational health plan and the decret health plan, which are currently in the study phase, could lead to designing more coordinated binational institutional actions in the future; however, an effective strengthening of these paths is not perceived, much less the local competencies being reinforced under the framework of binational coordination.

Strategy subject to the will of the states. The National Colombian Administrative Commission was created in Decree, but its review work has been limited, as has been its continuity under the framework of bilateral relations, so much so that this Bilateral Commission was not included among the instances of coordination contemplated in the Plan for the 4228 Border Integration Zone, even though this plan ed important reforms for the Convention.

To strengthen national regional and local and binational public and private institutionality in the ZIF, facilitating integration and cooperation between public entities, social organizations, indigenous peoples, and border inhabitants and promoting local and regional empowerment.

Its objectives were aimed at attention to the isolated populations located in the basin of the Putumayo River, which showed institutional weakness, a lack of state intervention, and low economic and social development. Sisyphus expends all his efforts on scaling the slope of the mountain, with the tragic fate of starting from the same point every day.

Strategic objective 6 To strengthen national regional and local and binational public and private institutionality in the ZIF, facilitating integration and cooperation between public entities, social organizations, indigenous peoples, and border inhabitants and promoting local and regional empowerment.

On the other hand, there will be a local management committee in which regional and local institutions will participate, which will be called together by the Executive Secretariat. The CTB would hold periodic meetings and these would be: Carlos Ortiz National Navy. Among the most interesting elements analyzed in the cited report, the limited binational coordination, the lack of mobility of the high-level commissions, and the limited impact of their accords stand out because they were not translated into effective actions developed by the technical commissions.

For strategic objective 6, created by the authors with information from the Pedicppp. Experience from Sinchi and Pedicp: Articles Estudios Fronterizosvol. 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 the national states based on which the border government and administration have traditionally been understood.


That is, the wisdom of diplomacy in contemporary conditions and of the particularities of border places that are necessary for an adequate, democratic, efficient, and responsible government is 4822 found among local populations and public administrations than in the larger capitals that design national policies and actions.

Having reached this point, we have provided a review of some of the bilateral cooperation and integration mechanisms that have been present in the attempt to implement 42822 public border policy 4228 the Colombian-Peruvian border region. Coordinating from above without participation from below The previous experiences lead to the argument that it is imperative to understand in a binational manner not only the real possibilities of coordination that these national institutions could have in the framework of legislation and border policies of each country but also the responsibilities and mechanisms of 44282 and administrative coordination on a local scale to strengthen the structures of management and administration of the cross-border planning.

This situation suggests some inertia in border policies and policies of Colombian-Peruvian cooperation. This instrument evolved in through the mechanism of exchanging diplomatic notes between both governments, assigning this Commission, presided by the chancellors, the role of main political-diplomatic incidence between the two countries, which had to orient, coordinate, articulate, and supervise the binational mechanisms, programs, projects, and activities that would arise in specific issues of cooperation, development, and bilateral integration, with the border environment being one of the scenarios in which the activities of the Commission eecreto meant to play an important role.

Carlos Robles Director of International Cooperation. As in the myth of Sisyphus, the Colombian-Peruvian border region pushes the boulder of an administrative organization that does not respond to the demands of government.

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This can be 20007 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 institutional representatives but rather as individuals.

Her lines of research are implementation of public policies, border analysis and international relations.

Governor, Department of Amazonas. However, the coordination problems, the national focus of action within the framework of a plan planned binationally, decreot the limited local participation call these achievements into question. 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.

In addition, the other entities present on the local level, which include national—level institutions that drcreto in the area of the ZIF, can barely make “propositions,” and their effective participation in the commission depends on the desires and interests at play in the ministries, which dominate the direction and the Executive Secretariat of the mechanisms. 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 Hernando Franco Industrias Manuelita.


Created by the authors from Decree of Decreto deDecree of Decreto deand Final Act. Javier Hoyos Industrias Bavaria. However, the weight of national commercial agents in this subcommission signals that this forum was directed more towards favoring large economic groups than the border inhabitants.

Jorge Aponte Motta Colombian. In general terms, the proposal contemplates that the re of the organizational structures for border administration responds to local demands and not national wishes, supporting itself in the instances indicated both in norms and in the border policies, cooperation, and integration of the two countries. This does not suggest sustained actions or permanent structural programs for health care; the same is true for the telemedicine program, which, without the technical infrastructure, qualified personnel, mechanisms for transferring patients, institutional connections and plans for inter-administrative management, has a limited field of action.

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The incorporation of traditional knowledge into productive models. 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 recognition and enhancement of the culture and traditions of indigenous communities: Recent publications in Cooperation on paper, uncoordinated practices.

Despite this diagnostic, the matrix of actors involved, developed by the Pedicp, offers a secondary weight to the intermediate and local levels of government and does not indicate their work.

Would it not be easier and more economical to design strategies to coordinate actions from the existing local institutionality? To face drug trafficking, development of legal productive programs with technical assistance.

A proposal towards harmonizing public policies in the international border of the Department of Amazonas with Brazil and Peru” se Aponte et al. 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.

This structure leads to the argument that, after the criticism of the joint report of the comptrollers of both countries and against the outcry of various local actors, the institutionality to implement the ZIF continues to be an issue for the chancelleries, ddecreto design and implement through national institutions, whereas the participation 2007 the intermediate levels of government is barely nominal—they do not have assigned functions within the functional structure of the commission.

Colombia and Peru have not been blind to this institutional transformation. Perhaps this has always decrero true, but the change in geopolitical and geo-economic conditions on a global scale has made it even more evident. Therefore, we support the consolidation of a new type of diplomacy that starts from the local to strengthen cross-border cooperation networks.