The International Crisis in the Caribbean
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This book, first published in 1984, presents a comprehensive survey of the forces of change that operate in the Caribbean, an area of political instability at the time. It examines the internal politics of the different countries and considers the roles of the United States, Cuba, the European and new Latin American powers in the political conflicts, coups and revolutions.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction: The Imperial Mould 2. Contemporary Patterns of Change and Instability 3. United States: Decline and Reassertion of Hegemony 4. Cuba: Menace or Model? 5. The Old European Powers: Britain, France and the Netherlands 6. The New Latin American Powers: Venezuela, Mexico, Colombia and Brazil 7. The Caribbean Voice: Foreign Policy Within the Region 8. Conclusion: The Present and Future State of the Crisis Epilogue: The US Invasion of Grenada