Inter-American Relations in an Era of Globalization: Beyond Unilateralism?
This collection provides new information and analytical perspectives on how the forces of globalization and regional integration are altering the basic nature of interactions between the states, non-state actors and peoples of the Americas. The authors examine and assess the effects of the United States government's doctrines of unilateralism and preemptive action on Inter-American relations; they analyze the role of civil society and non-state actors such as transnational companies, non-governmental organizations, and new political movements in the relations between the states and societies of the Americas; and they reveal the extent to which the above processes and conditions are affecting economic, political, social, and cultural developments at the local level (and vice-versa).
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
J. Nef & H. E. Vanden (Eds.), Inter-American Relations in an Era of Globalization: Beyond Unilateralism?, de Sitter Publications, 288 p.
Scholar Commons Citation
Nef, Jorge and Vanden, Harry E., "Inter-American Relations in an Era of Globalization: Beyond Unilateralism?" (2007). Government and International Affairs Faculty Publications. 47.