Us Policy in Central America: The Endless Debate (Hardback)Dario Moreno (author)
Hardback 186 Pages / Published: 31/08/1990
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Under Carter and Reagan, US foreign policy toward Central America failed. In this intriguing study, Dario Moreno explains how policy in those administrations was made, tracing its failure to a foreign policy establishment plagued by division and lack of consensus. Moreno shows that in Nicaragua, El Salvador, Panama, and Cuba, Carter and Reagan played out two dramatically different Third World strategies and that neither Carter's liberal internationalists nor Reagan's rollback theorists understood the reality changes in those countries. Moreno's study draws authenticity from his interviews and discussions with a dozen key Central American policy makers in each of the two administrations and with eminent political figures in Honduras, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica, among them, Patricia Derian, assistant secretary of state for human rights under Carter, Elliot Abrams, Reagan's assistant secretary of state for human rights, and former president of Honduras, Jose Azocona.
Publisher: University Press of Florida
Number of pages: 186
Weight: 540 g
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