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Latin America, Western Europe, and the U.S.: Reevaluating the Atlantic Triangle
Latin America, Western Europe, and the U.S.: Reevaluating the Atlantic Triangle
Edited by Wolf Grabendorff and Riordan Roett
Praeger, 1985, 220 pp

Fourteen essays analyze the changing relations and patterns of interdependence between the European and the Latin American components of a New Atlantic Triangle that would include the United States. The Latin American emphasis is on Brazil. The authors are well-known scholars from all three regions, and their efforts in the areas of economics, security, politics and energy mesh well. An overview and a conclusion add much to the unusual degree of focus and direction.