Contemporary Venezuela and Its Role in International Affairs

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Contemporary Venezuela and Its Role in International Affairs

Edited by Robert D. Bond
New York University Press, 1977
288 pp. $15.00
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Of the seven competent essays presented here, three trace the connections between domestic aspects and foreign affairs and four analyze Venezuelan foreign policy. The consensus is moderately optimistic, with an affirmation that the country is playing "an essentially constructive and responsible role in world affairs."

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