This book examines the use of economic coercion by the U.S. to achieve foreign policy objectives. It presents cases studies limited to coercive attempts by the United States which took place during the Johnson administration. The cases involve the use of unilateral economic pressure by the U.S.
Table of Contents
I. Theory and Analysis 1. Introduction 2. Current Theory 3. Common Threads in Case Studies 4. Reformulated Theory 5. Policy Conclusions II. Case Studies 6. The United States and Indonesia: A Study of Economic Pressure—September 1963–October 1965 7. Suspension of P.L. 480 Aid to the United Arab Republic in 1965 8. The United States and India: The Use of Food to Apply Economic Pressure—1965–67 9. United States Military Assistance to India: A Study of Economic Pressure—November 1963–November 1964 10. The Harriman-Solomon Mission and the 1966 Chilean Copper Agreement 11. United States-South African Relations—1962–67