5 edition of Paths to peace in Latin America found in the catalog.
Paths to peace in Latin America
Thomas J. Hynes
Bibliography: p. 256-259.
|Statement||Thomas J. Hynes.|
|Series||NTC debate books, Contemporary issues series, Contemporary issues series (National Textbook Company)|
|LC Classifications||F1418 .H96 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||259 p. :|
|Number of Pages||259|
|LC Control Number||87061613|
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Among the highlights are the chapters on the Falklands War and the U.S. invasions of Grenada and Panama. One useful aspect of the text is an explanation of why, of the many insurgencies appearing in Latin America, only those in Cuba and Nicaragua were successful in overthrowing governments/5(3).
The book traces the many insurgencies in Latin America as well as conventional wars. Among the highlights are the chapters on the Falklands War and the U.S.
invasions of Grenada and Panama. One useful aspect of the text is an explanation of why, of the many insurgencies appearing in Latin America, only those in Cuba and Nicaragua were successful in overthrowing governments. In The Peace Corps and Latin America: In the Last Mile of U.S.
Foreign Policy Thomas Nisley draws on statistical research as well as on his personal experience as a Peace Corps Volunteer (PCV) in the Dominican Republic to examine this typically American institution created by the Kennedy Administration in Price: $ This book explores interstate conflict and its dynamics in the context of Latin America’s contemporary conflict management experience.
The myth of Latin America as a region of peace means that each time the use of force rises to the level of global attention (e.g., Ecuador-Peru or Colombia-E. Revolutionary Movements in Latin America: El Salvador's FMLN and Peru's Shining Path: McClintock, Cynthia: : Books.
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America's status as a democracy only serves to make fighting - and, to a greater degree, winning - these irregular wars even harder. Rather than futilely insisting that Americans should not or cannot fight this kind of irregular war, Russell Crandall argues that we would be better served by considering how we can do so as cleanly and Cited by: 2.
Walter LaFeber’s Inevitable Revolutions looks at the US/Latin-American relationship from a slightly different perspective. It complements Schoultz’s book well because it focuses, very specifically, on the countries of Central America. It covers a shorter timeframe, picking up when the United States first intervened militarily in Central America at the turn of the 20th century.
Serving as a bridge between the distinct literatures on democratization in Latin America and on conflict resolution, the book underscores the reciprocal influences that peace processes and democratic transition have on each other, and the ways democratic “space” is created and political participation enhanced by means of a peace dialogue with insurgent forces.5/5(3).
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The author has uncovered many previously unknown sources to provide new information never published before."--This. 7 Conclusion: U.S. Policy and Paths toward Political Peace in Latin America Appendixes.
I Survey Research in Peru, El Salvador, and Ecuador II Data on Political Violence in Peru and El Salvador Notes Bibliography Index Brand: Cynthia Mcclintock.
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The book concludes with practical policy options for the U.S. government as it looks to foster peace and democracy in the western hemisphere. About the Author. Cynthia McClintock is professor of political science and director of Latin American studies at George Washington University.
A former president of the Latin American Studies Association. This book, continuing the narrative begun by the author in two preceding volumes, provides a clear description of military combat occurring in Latin America for the years from into mid Although the text concentrates on combat operations, matters of politics, business and international relations appear as necessary to understand the wars.4/5(1).
This book is about ending guerrilla conflicts in Latin America through political means. It is about peace processes, aimed at securing an end to military hostilities in the context of agreements that touch on some of the principal political, economic, social, and ethnic imbalances that led to 4/5(1).
This is easily the best book I have read this year, a great achievement.' Stathis N. Kalyvas - Arnold Wolfers Professor of Political Science and Director of the Program on Order, Conflict and Violence, Yale University 'Everywhere you look in Latin America you see struggles between drug gangs and the by: 9.
Sponsored by Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies Brown University, Box Providence, RI USA Tel.: () History Department.focus of the book in its proper context.
The organization of the book follows fairly standard lines. An analysis of the book's major theme falls within a rough chronological framework.
The European Jesuit missionaries were initial front-line contacts with indigenous cultures throughout North and South : Nicolas Cushner.Cynthia McClintock is professor of political science and director of Latin American studies at George Washington University.
A former president of the Latin American Studies Association, she was a fellow at the U.S. Institute of Peace in