U.S.-Latin American Policymaking: A Reference Handbook (Hardback)David W. Dent (author)
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Teachers, students, experts, policymakers, and citizen activists all should welcome this authoritative, systematic, single-volume sourcebook of who makes foreign policy, how it is made, and what U.S. policy has been since the 1960s. Well-known experts assess all the significant literature and research about U.S. policy in the region over the last three decades and analyze the role and procedures of foreign policymaking through regional institutions, key factors and major players in the United States, and special issues such as interventionism, human rights, democratization, and peacekeeping efforts.
Number of pages: 592
Weight: 995 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 31 mm
"A good reference book and should be in every college library."-Academic Library Book Review
?Among the plethora and poorly edited and recycled essays that unfortunately make up the mainstay of collective volumes of this genre, Dent's comprehensive road map to U.S.-Latin American policymaking since the 1960s is a shining exception. The book, written with a team of 19 scholars, will be indispendable to academics, journalists, and anyone working in the field. Chapters cover the United States and international economic organizations, interest groups and the media, and who makes Latin America policy. There is a fascinating appendix of political cartoons.?- Foreign Affairs
?A good reference book and should be in every college library.?-Academic Library Book Review
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