Contemporary U.S.-Latin American Relations: Cooperation Or Conflict in the 21st Century?

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Jorge I. Domíngue, Rafael Fernández de Castro
Routledge, 2010 - 252 páginas

Drawing on the research and experience of fifteen internationally recognized Latin America scholars, this insightful text presents an overview of inter-American relations during the first decade of the twenty-first century. This unique collection identifies broad changes in the international system that have had significant affects in the Western Hemisphere, including issues of politics and economics, the securitization of U.S. foreign policy, balancing U.S. primacy, the wider impact of the world beyond the Americas, especially the rise of China, and the complexities of relationships between neighbors.

Contemporary U.S.-Latin American Relations focuses on the near-neighbors of the United Statesâe"Mexico, Cuba, the Caribbean and Central Americaâe"as well as the larger countries of South Americaâe"including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Peru, and Venezuela. Each chapter addresses a countryâe(tm)s relations with the United States, and each considers themes that are unique to that countryâe(tm)s bilateral relations as well as those themes that are more general to the relations of Latin America as a whole. This cohesive and accessible volume is required reading for Latin American politics students and scholars alike.

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Jorge I. Domínguez is the Antonio Madero Professor of Mexican and Latin American Politics and Economics and Vice Provost for International Affairs at Harvard University. He is a past president of the Latin American Studies Association.

Rafael Fernández de Castro has been Chair, Founder, and full-time Professor of the Department of International Studies, Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM), Mexico City, since 1991. He is currently on leave to work as President Felipe Calderón´s Foreign Policy Advisor.

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