Eighteen scholars, the majority from the Caribbean, contribute to this symposium, examining the special problems small Caribbean states face in framing and implementing viable development strategies without being caught up in broader international contests. The book's focus is on the relationship between external and internal threats to the security of ministates in a period of narrowing economic and political options. Essays by Bryan, Vaughan Lewis, Anthony Maingot, Gladstone Mills and Rex Nettleford are particularly stimulating.
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