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From the Publisher"Fifteen outstanding scholars, eight residing in Latin America and seven residing in the United States, collaborate in this exceptionally well-informed, balanced, nuanced and up-to-date discussion of contemporary relations between the United States and the diverse Latin American and Caribbean nations. This is a valuable primer on how and why U.S.-Latin American relations are changing, and where they are heading. I will assign it to my students and recommend it to decision-makers."
—Abraham F. Lowenthal, University of Southern California
"This highly readable volume applies cutting-edge analysis to current U.S. interactions with nations from Mexico to the Southern Cone. Up-to-date and notably well-integrated, this set of essays will serve both scholars and teachers alike."
—Christopher Mitchell, New York University
"Domínguez and Fernández de Castro's book is a collaborative gem—the best work on contemporary relations between the United States, major Latin American countries, and key regions available today. Accessible to undergraduates, graduate students, and scholars alike, its balanced, rigorous analysis is essential reading for anyone seeking to understand where U.S.-Latin American relations are heading in the 21st century, and why."
—Mark Williams, Middlebury College
"A remarkable effort to update and enrich our understanding of U.S.-Latin American relations in the last decade. This volume gathers the work of distinguished specialists, providing us with a comprehensive, thoughtful, and provocative overview of the state and prospects of inter-American relations in the 21st century. A must-read for scholars and practitioners alike."
—Ana Margheritis, University of Florida
". . . marvelously responds to the prayers of college professors searching for concise and accessible accounts of contemporary bilateral policies in our hemisphere."
—Richard Feinberg, foreignaffairs.com