U.S.--Latin American Relations / Edition 3

U.S.--Latin American Relations / Edition 3

by Michael J. Kryzanek
     
 

ISBN-10: 0275950840

ISBN-13: 9780275950842

Pub. Date: 01/30/1996

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group, Incorporated

This completely revised and thoroughly updated Third Edition of Kryzanek's widely praised text includes a wealth of new data and analysis on the key events and controversies that have shaped U.S.-Latin American relations through the first half of the Clinton administration. New and updated material addresses NAFTA, the recent Mexican political and financial crisis,

Overview

This completely revised and thoroughly updated Third Edition of Kryzanek's widely praised text includes a wealth of new data and analysis on the key events and controversies that have shaped U.S.-Latin American relations through the first half of the Clinton administration. New and updated material addresses NAFTA, the recent Mexican political and financial crisis, Haiti, and other headline events since the last edition in 1990. In addition, the work includes a new chapter examining current issues of U.S. hemispheric relations including NAFTA, the drug wars, immigration, the impact of the global economy and multilateral solutions to regional problems. An important text for scholars and students in Latin American studies and international relations.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780275950842
Publisher:
Greenwood Publishing Group, Incorporated
Publication date:
01/30/1996
Edition description:
3rd ed
Pages:
292
Product dimensions:
6.06(w) x 9.24(h) x 0.90(d)
Lexile:
1610L (what's this?)

Table of Contents

Introduction: The Political, Economic, and Social Setting
The Evolution of U.S.-Latin American Relations
The Monroe Doctrine and the Emergence of U.S. Power and The Contemporary Scene: The Reagan, Bush, and Clinton Approaches to the Hemisphere
Interventionism, Cooperation, and Revolution
Castroism and the Challenge to U.S. Power
Reagan's Reliance on Capital and Containment
Elements of Latin American Policy Making
Governmental Participants in Latin American Policy Making
Nongovernmental Participants in Latin American Policy Making
Shaping U.S.-Latin American Policy: The Human Element
Dilemmas of U.S.-Latin American Relations
The Fragile Hold of Democracy
Sources of Change in Our Sphere of Influence
Conclusion: The New Hemispheric Relationship
Selected Bibliography
Index

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