In the U.S interest explores the implications this growing interdependence holds for US foreign policy in the developing world. It links US jobs, trade, and geopolitical interests to the environmental, economic, and political health of key developing nations. Case studies of Mexico, Egypt, Kenya, and the Philippines analyze Third World resource, environmental, and population problems, revealing the need for US policymakers to recognize US national interest in international environmental cooperation.
Table of Contents
Foreword, James Gustave Speth; why should we care? Janet Welsh Brown; Mexico's environment and the United States, Richard A. Nuccio and Angelina Ornelas, Ivan Restrepo; Resources, population, and the future of the Philippines, Gareth Porter, Delfin J. Ganapin, Jr; dimensions of national security - the case of Egypt, Nazli Choucri, Janet Welsh Brown, Peter M. Haas; land, resources, and people in Kenya, Richard B. Ford, Janet Welsh Brown; U.S policy in the crucial decade ahead, Janet Welsh Brown.
Janet Welsh Brown