The International Crisis in the Caribbean
By Anthony Payne
Johns Hopkins, 1984, 177 pp.
This is a brief regional overview in which detail is sacrificed to breadth of range. The role of the old European powers is covered, as well as that of the new regional powers such as Venezuela, Mexico, Columbia and Brazil. The United States and Cuba figure prominently. The account is sufficiently up to date to include the recent events in Grenada.