Strategic Contributions of Military, Political, and Governmental Intervention The Peru-Bolivia Confederation by General Andres de Santa Cruz This historical analysis will define the strategic contributions of President Andres de Santa Cruz in the development of the Peru-Bolivia Confederation during the 1830s. The importance of a military strategy was vital in the battles of battle of Yanacocha (1835) and the battle of Uchumayo (1836). Through his effective military strategies to defeat the Peruvian rebels Agustín Gamarra and Salaverry with the approval of Peruvian President Luis José de Orbegoso, the political and governmental machinations of the Confederacy were created through the Republic of South Peru. After this, Santa Cruz used his...The end:
.....thern Peru after the battles of Uchumayo and Yanacocha. Nextly, the political influence of Satan Cruz as a liberator of the southern Peruvians into a Bolivian national discourse allowed for the creation of the republic of South Peru. This strategy only made it possible for the authoritarian style of Bolivian governance to be implemented in civil codes, legal codes, and regulatory actions through the leadership of Santa Cruz. In these three ways, the military, political, and governmental strategies of Santa Cruz define how he realized the creation and sustenance of the Peru-Bolivia Confederacy of the 1830s. References: Perea, Natalia Sobrevilla. The Caudillo of the Andes: Andrés de Santa Cruz, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2011.