Ambassadors in Foreign Policy: The Influence of Individuals on U.S.-Latin American Policy (Hardback)
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Ambassadors in Foreign Policy: The Influence of Individuals on U.S.-Latin American Policy (Hardback)

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Hardback 166 Pages / Published: 16/10/1987
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United States foreign policy towards Latin America is one of the most sensitive and controversial subjects in the news today. Ambassadors in Foreign Policy makes a comparative study of six U.S. Ambassadors to Latin America and their role in policy making. This book is invaluable in its assessment of the role of these individuals. Certainly, students of Latin American affairs, U.S. foreign policy, comparative politics, or diplomatic history will welcome its new perspective and fresh insights.

Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 9780275923938
Number of pages: 166
Weight: 418 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 11 mm


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"Latin Americanists of many disciplines will welcome this book. It recounts the experiences of Dwight Morrow in Mexico, 1927-30; Sumner Welles in Cuba, 1933; Spruille Braden in Argentian, 1945; Adolf A. Berle in Brazil, 1945-46; Lincoln Gordon in Brazil, 1961-66; and Nathaniel Davis in Chile, 1971-73. Editors Ronning and Vannucci seek to explore the role of the individual in foreign policy. In choosing countries at moments of transition, one might expect to find less leeway than at other times; perhaps if the individuals had not been so prominent this would have been true. All cases are probing and well-written."-Choice
?Latin Americanists of many disciplines will welcome this book. It recounts the experiences of Dwight Morrow in Mexico, 1927-30; Sumner Welles in Cuba, 1933; Spruille Braden in Argentian, 1945; Adolf A. Berle in Brazil, 1945-46; Lincoln Gordon in Brazil, 1961-66; and Nathaniel Davis in Chile, 1971-73. Editors Ronning and Vannucci seek to explore the role of the individual in foreign policy. In choosing countries at moments of transition, one might expect to find less leeway than at other times; perhaps if the individuals had not been so prominent this would have been true. All cases are probing and well-written.?-Choice

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