This book examines Argentina as an independent actor in world affairs and as an example useful for understanding the Latin American international system from the perspective of middle powers and developing countries. It focuses intensively on the 1973–1976 period.
Table of Contents
1. Argentina in World Affairs 2. Capabilities and Instrumentalities in Foreign Policy 3. The Policy-Making Process 4. Argentina and the United States 5. Diplomacy Beyond the Hemisphere 6. Argentina in Latin America 7. Multilateral Diplomacy 8. Argentina in World Affairs: Retrospect and Prospect