This book presents ten original approaches to containing and resolving conflict in Latin America. Stressing the need to closely link contemporary approaches to conflict management, it examines a broad scope of mechanisms ranging from confidence-building measures to arms control agreements.
1. Introduction 2. Controlling Latin American Conflicts: Current Juridical Trends and Perspectives for the Future 3. Controlling Conflict in the Caribbean Basin: National Approaches 4. Controlling Conflict in South America: National Approaches 5. Regional Confidence-Building in the Military Field: The Case of Latin America 6. The Latin American Economic System as a Mechanism to Control Conflicts 7. Proliferation of Weaponry and Technology 8. Naval Arms Control in Latin America 9. Monitoring Latin American Arms Control Agreements 10. Islas Malvinas or Falkland Islands: The Negotiation of a Conflict, 1945–1982 11. The Containment of Conflict After Revolution: Lessons from Mexico and Bolivia 12. Equity and Freedom in U.S.-Latin American Relations