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Economic Issues and Political Conflict: U.S.-Latin American Relations
Economic Issues and Political Conflict: U.S.-Latin American Relations
Edited by Jorge I. Domínguez
Butterworths, 1982, 246 pp
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The authors of these six essays believe that the politics of economic relations have attained their current prominence as a result of a shift away from the politics of the cold war and counterinsurgency. The foreign economic policies of Mexico and Venezuela are described in detail; other studies explore aspects of multinational corporate problems, technology transfer issues, exports, and recommended U.S. attitudes and policies. There is a helpful introduction.