Beyond Superpower Rivalry: Latin America and the Third World (Geonomics Institute for International Economic Advancement)

By: Weeks, John F.

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In 1990, a NATO conference of heads of state proclaimed the end of the Cold War. Beyond Superpower Rivalry examines the implications of this statement for the countries of Latin America. How has Soviet policy toward these countries changed under Gorbachev? In turn, how has U.S. policy changed in response to the new political climate? What tangible effect will these developments have on Latin American countries? This book, a collection of essays by leading experts in academia, business, and government, analyzes the past influence of the U.S. and the U.S.S.R. on this region and debates the possible future of a Latin America emerging from the shadow of the Cold War.

The distinguished contributors to the volume include Osvaldo Hurtado, former president of Ecuador, Francisco Villagran Kramer, former vice-president of Guatemala, General Edgardo Mercado Jarrin, former prime minister of Peru, and other scholars and policy makers from Latin America, North America, and the Soviet Union.

Title: Beyond Superpower Rivalry: Latin America and the Third World (Geonomics Institute for International Economic Advancement)

Author Name: Weeks, John F.

Categories: History - Latin American,

Publisher: NYU Press: August 1991

ISBN Number: 0814792359

ISBN Number 13: 9780814792353

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New - New

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