Abraham F. Lowenthal

Essay
Jul/Aug
2010
Abraham F. Lowenthal

The Obama administration has not yet delivered on the promising new policy for Latin America and the Caribbean it announced last year, but it still can.

Capsule Review
Sep/Oct
2009
Walter Russell Mead

In this stimulating book, Lowenthal looks at California's international interests and asks what Californians can do to advance them.

Essay
Special
1992
Abraham F. Lowenthal

Latin American countries have taken giant strides toward institutionalizing democracy, market economics and hemispheric community. However, widespread dissatisfaction with the unequal benefits of economic reform and disillusionment with democratic institutions persist. Political support for reform remains tentative and is undermined in some countries by growing poverty, corruption, drug trafficking and powerful militaries. Starting with the North American Free Trade Agreement, Clinton should move forward on a selective basis. Much is at stake for the United States – major markets for exports, relief from excess immigration, and better control of drug shipments and environmental devastation.

Capsule Review
Winter
1992
Abraham F. Lowenthal