Foreign Policy On Latin America, 1970-1980: 1st Edition (Paperback) book cover

Foreign Policy On Latin America, 1970-1980

1st Edition

Edited by Charles W. Maynes

Routledge

184 pages

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Description

This book presents articles on Latin America that appeared in foreign policy in the 1970s. It points out that U.S. international domination rested on U.S. command of strategic nuclear weaponry; the role of the dollar; and U.S. control through firms of the world's fuel supplies of oil and uranium.

Table of Contents

1. Waking from the Pan-American Dream 2. Chile: No 3. The Challenge of Venezuelan Oil 4. Cuba: Time For A Change 5. Panama Paralysis 6. Atoms for Brazil, Dangers for All 7. Kennedy and the Cuban Connection 8. South America Looks at Detente (Skeptically) 9. Brazil: The End of a Beautiful Relationship 10. Mexico's Opportunity: The Oil Boom 11. Panama Treaty Trap 12. Latin America: A Not-So-Special Relationship 13. Puerto Rico: Out of the Colonial Closet 14. Dateline Nicaragua: The End of the Affair 15. Dateline Peru: A Sagging Revolution 16. Central American Paralysis

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
POL000000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / General