The conventional wisdom is that small developing countries exert limitedif anyinfluence on the foreign policy of superpowers, in particular the United States. This book challenges that premise based on the experience of the small developing country of Jamaica and its relations with the United States. It raises the question: if the foreign policy of the United States can be influenced by even a small developing country, should Washington be worried?
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About the Author
Richard Bernal was Jamaica’s ambassador to the United States and permanent representative to the Organization of American States (OAS) for more than ten years.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Objective and Organization
Chapter 2: Small Sates in International Relations
Chapter 3: Jamaica-U.S. Relations
Chapter 4: How Foreign Governments Influence US Foreign Policy
Chapter 5: Foreign Aid and Debt Relief
Chapter 6: Counter Narcotics Cooperation
Chapter 7: Caribbean Basin Trade Legislation
Chapter 8: Conclusions and Lessons