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Contemporary International Relations of the Caribbean

Contemporary International Relations of the Caribbean

Edited by Basil A. Ince

Institute of International Relations, University of the West Indies, 1979, 359 pp.

The principal topics treated by the 16 contributing scholars, all from the Caribbean, and almost all from academia, are the Caribbean and the Third World, metropolitan ties, the political process in foreign policy, and economic development. The focus is almost exclusively on the Commonwealth Caribbean. An integrating chapter or introduction would have been helpful.