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Author: D. Mills,Holger W. Henke,Holger Henke
Publisher: University of the West Indies Press (August 1, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 221
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'Between Self-Determination and Dependency'' analyses the nature and trajectory of Jamaica's foreign .

'Between Self-Determination and Dependency'' analyses the nature and trajectory of Jamaica's foreign relations during the period 1972 89. During this time the country tried to come to terms with the limits imposed and possibilities offered by the shifting internal and external power constellations. It departs from earlier studies which tended to focus on the diplomatic history of the country's foreign relations without illuminating the various co-determinants that defined the context of state action.

Between Self-Determination and Dependency analyses the nature and trajectory of Jamaica's foreign relations from 1972 to 1989. The central argument is that the relative autonomy of the Jamaican state declined due to the evolution of a new international regime which in effect disallowed the political, social and economic experimentation originally envisioned. Neither the attempt at radical nationalism by the People's National Party, nor the 'accommodationist' stance of the Jamaica Labour Party served to reduce Jamaica's structural dependency

3 External Dynamics: 1972–1980. 4 Caribbean Tête-à-Tête: Jamaica and Cuba. Modern Political Culture in the Caribbean.

3 External Dynamics: 1972–1980. 6 Internal Dynamics: 1981–1989. 7 External Dynamics: 1981–1989. 8 Jamaica and the Caribbean in the 1980s. By Holger Henke, Fred Reno. Caribbean Revolutions and Revolutionary Theory: An Assessment of Cuba, Nicaragua and Grenada.

An analysis of the nature and trajectory of Jamaica's foreign relations from 1972 to 1989. It argues that the relative autonomy of Jamaica declined due to the evolution of an international regime, which in effect disallowed the political, social and economic experimentation originally envisioned.

by Holger Henke/ D. Mills/Holger W. Henke · data of the paperback book Between Self-Determination and. by: Holger Henke · D. Mills · Holger W. Henke. details (United States). ISBN: 978-976-640-058-3. ISBN-10: 976-640-058-X.

Holger W. Henke (born in Viersen (North Rhine-Westphalia, West Germany) is a political scientist and vice-chancellor for . Between Self-Determination and Dependency: Jamaica’s Foreign Relations, 1972-1989. Henke (born in Viersen (North Rhine-Westphalia, West Germany) is a political scientist and vice-chancellor for academic affairs and provost (emeritus) at Wenzhou-Kean University (associate vice president for academic affairs at Kean University) in Wenzhou, China. From 2008 to 2014 he was assistant provost at York College, City University of New York. He has previously taught (assistant professor, 2004–08; associate professor, 2008) at Metropolitan College of New York, and also served as associate professor of political history at Kean University.

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by Holger Henke, D. Mills, Holger W. ISBN 9789766400583 (978-976-640-058-3) Softcover, University Press of the West Indies, 2000. Find signed collectible books: 'Between Self-Determination and Dependency: Jamaica's Foreign Relations 1972-1989'. Founded in 1997, BookFinder.

Henke, H. W. and Mills, . Between Self-Determination and Dependency: Jamaica’s Foreign Relations 1972–1989. National library: National Library of Jamaica, 12 East Street, Kingston. Print ISBN 978-1-349-95320-2. Online ISBN 978-1-349-95321-9. eBook Packages Political Science and International Studies. Personalised recommendations.

An analysis of the nature and trajectory of Jamaica's foreign relations from 1972 to 1989. It argues that the relative autonomy of Jamaica declined due to the evolution of an international regime, which in effect disallowed the political, social and economic experimentation originally envisioned.