Estados Unidos y la Transición Argentina

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Estados Unidos y la Transición Argentina

Edited by Roberto Bouzas and Roberto Russell
Legasa, 1989
359 pp.

During the past 60 years, the United States has become a great power while Argentina's international stature has steadily declined. These facts, compounded by history and culture, have contributed to the ups and downs of the complex U.S.-Argentine relationship, one of the most volatile and conflict-ridden in the western hemisphere. This symposium volume, bringing together 15 Argentine experts and seven from the United States, illuminates the relationship in the late 1980s, at a time when it seemed surprisingly positive.

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