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Les missions Chetwode et Vincent pendant la guerre civile espagnole : un exemple d’inflation et de concurrence humanitaire ?

Abstract : In 1938, Great Britain and France each established a prisoner exchange mission: these were known as the Chetwode and Vincent missions. These missions reflected a form of humanitarian inflation and rivalry between the two countries. However, this rivalry appears to be explained primarily by the more unofficial objective of the Chetwode mission: to pave the way for political mediation in Spain. In any event, the existence of two similar missions severely jeopardized their chances of success, although they could occasionally complement each other.
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Nathan Rousselot. Les missions Chetwode et Vincent pendant la guerre civile espagnole : un exemple d’inflation et de concurrence humanitaire ?. Relations internationales, Presses Universitaires de France, 2018, n° 176 (4), pp.41-53. ⟨10.3917/ri.176.0041⟩. ⟨halshs-02614628⟩

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