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Francisco Garcia Calderon, a distinguished Peruvian diplomat, is also one of the leading writers of South America. He is particularly well known as an authoritative exponent of the Latin American standpoint and as a critic of United States policy. After serving as First Secretory at the Peruvian Legation in Paris, he was appointed Peruvian Minister to Belgium. While holding that position he served as the delegate representing Peru at the Peace Conference in Paris in 1919. His best known book that has been translated into English is his “Latin America: Its Rise and Progress,” for which Raymond Poincare wrote the preface in december.foreign minister.sefiñor calderon's other books include “la creacion de un continente”,“el wilsonismo”and “ideas y Impresiones.”
Francisco Garcia Calderon; Geneva Protocol as it Affects the Monroe Doctrine. Current History 1 January 1925; 21 (4): 506–511. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.19220.127.116.116
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