El laberinto marroquí, piedra de tropiezo de liberales y autoritarios (1912-1926)

Translated title of the contribution: Morocco’s international crossroads, a stumbling block for liberals and authoritarians (1912-1926)

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Abstract: Spanish colonial interests in Morocco were constrained by the international balance of power held by Britain and France in the Western Mediterranean. Spanish ambitions in Morocco were also hampered by local rivalries with her colonial neighbour, France, which determined the problematic nature of the Spanish colonial project and, ultimately, its enduring and negative effects on the Peninsula.
Translated title of the contributionMorocco’s international crossroads, a stumbling block for liberals and authoritarians (1912-1926)
Original languageSpanish
JournalHispania Nova
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 15 Oct 2021

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