Panhispanism

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Panhispanism is a political trend aimed to achieve social, economic, and political cooperation (at the extreme, unification) of the Spanish-speaking countries, principally those of Latin America, due to the distance between Spain, Equatorial Guinea, the Philippines, and the Americas. It focuses principally on the former Spanish Empire's territories in North, Central and South America. It has been present consistently in literature, revolutionary movements, and political institutions such as the Rio Group, Unasur, or the Ibero-American Summits.

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