Social Movements, Hegemony and Resistance
In the wake of the events of September 11, 2001 the government of George W. Bush has articulated a new strategy for U.S. foreign policy that has come to be known as the Bush Doctrine, and is based on a more aggressive approach to perceived threats to U.S. security. This book analyzes how the application of the Bush Doctrine in Latin America has changed U.S. policy in the region. Various authors demonstrate how security issues, never absent from hemispheric relations, have again moved to the forefront
Scholar Commons Citation
Vanden, Harry E., "Social Movements, Hegemony and Resistance" (2007). Government and International Affairs Faculty Publications. 82.