International Security and Democracy

Latin America and the Caribbean in the Post-Cold War Era

Admirably demonstrates the relationship between internal politics and international tension between Latin American states as well as the effects of drug trafficking on the Caribbean.
Choice, January 1999 Vol. 36 No. 5

Dominguez has drawn together fifteen leading scholars on international relations and comparative politics from Latin America, the Caribbean, and the United States, thus bringing to bear varying national perspectives from several corners of the hemisphere to analyze the intersection between regional security issues and the democracy building process in Latin America.

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Jorge I. Dominguez

Jorge I. Dominguez is director of the Center for International Affairs at Harvard University, a past president of the Latin American Studies Association, and a founder and associated fellow of the Inter-American Dialogue. He has written, cowritten, and edited fifteen books on comparative and international politics in Latin America.

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Jorge I. Dominguez