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by Jennie K Lincoln,Elizabeth G Ferris

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Author: Jennie K Lincoln,Elizabeth G Ferris
Publisher: Westview Press; 1 edition (November 11, 1984)
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A sequel to Latin American Foreign Policies: Global and Regional Dimensions (Westview, 1981), this .

A sequel to Latin American Foreign Policies: Global and Regional Dimensions (Westview, 1981), this collection of original essays presents a comprehensive view of the principal foreign policy issues of the nations of Latin America and lays the foundatio.

of Latin American Foreign Policies: Challenges for the 1980s (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1984) : 101-123.

The Dynamics of Latin American Foreign Policies: Challenges for the 1980s (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1984) : 101-123. How we measure 'reads'. Abstract This article analyzes a crucial but still neglected episode in Latin America’s Cold War: the mobilization of regional anti-Communist governments to oppose Cuba’s attempt to join the Latin American Free Trade Area (LAFTA) in August 1962. We focus particularly on the forces that shaped Brazil’s position, which initially supported Cuba, but eventually changed course.

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A sequel to Latin American Foreign Policies: Global and Regional Dimensions (Westview, 1981), this .

A sequel to Latin American Foreign Policies: Global and Regional Dimensions (Westview, 1981), this collection of original essays presents a comprehensive view of the principal foreign policy issues of the nations of Latin America and lays the foundation for understanding the challenges facing those nations in the 1980s.

Westview Press, 1984. The University of Wyoming. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 01 August 2014.

See Elizabeth G. Ferris, ‘Mexico’s Foreign Policies: A Study in Contradictions’, in Jennie K. Lincoln and Elizabeth G. Ferris (eds), The Dynamics of Latin American Foreign Policies: Challenge for the 1980s (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1984), 213–27.

Elizabeth G. Ferris (born c. 1950) is a senior fellow in the Foreign Policy Studies Program at the Brookings Institution in Washington, . and serves as the co-director of the Brookings-LSE Project on Internal Displacement. In addition to her positions within the Brookings Institution, Ferris is an adjunct associate professor in Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. She is also a commissioner of the Women's Refugee Commission, a distinguished author and a lifelong humanitarian.

Title: Westview special studies on Latin America and the Caribbean. General Note: Includes index. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners

Title: Westview special studies on Latin America and the Caribbean. All rights are reserved by their owners.

Whatever policies Latin American countries adopted in the postwar era, they had to take .

It was the principal trading partner and source of loans, grants, and private investment for almost all countries, and Latin American leaders considered its favour worth having. Moreover, as the Cold War developed between the United States and the Soviet Union, the great majority of Latin American governments sided willingly with the former, even though they complained of being neglected by Washington’s preoccupation with the threat of communism in Europe and Asia.

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