The Westview series Case Studies in International Affairs stems from a major project of The Pew Charitable Trusts entitled "The Pew Diplomatic Initiative." Launched in 1985, this project has sought to improve the teaching and practice of negotiation through adoption of the case method of teaching, principally in professional schools of international affairs in the United States.
Table of Contents
Foreword /Martin Staniland -- 1 INTRODUCTION -- 2 "JUST CAUSE"? THE 1989 U.S. INVASION OF PANAMA -- 3 A FRAGILE AGREEMENT: THE 1972 VIETNAMESE PEACE NEGOTIATIONS -- 4 SHARING A GLOBAL COMMONS: THE THIRD UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON THE LAW OF THE SEA -- 5 DEBT AND SOVEREIGNTY: THE IMF AND NIGERIA, 1983-1986 -- 6 GATT FAIR TRADE PRACTICES: EUROPEAN COMMUNITY ENLARGEMENT AND THE UNITED STATES -- 7 PRESERVING THE RAIN FOREST: BRAZIL AND THE "INTERNATIONALIZATION" OF AMAZONIA -- About the Book and Editor.
Rachel M. McCleary is program officer for the Grants and Education and Training Programs at the United States Institute of Peace. She has published numerous articles on ethics and foreign affairs with a special emphasis on Latin America.