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Soviet seapower in the Caribbean: political and strategic implications.
|Statement||Edited by James D. Theberge.|
|Series||Praeger special studies in international politics and public affairs|
|Contributions||Theberge, James Daniel, ed., Georgetown University. Center for Strategic and International Studies.|
|LC Classifications||VA573 .S59|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 175 p.|
|Number of Pages||175|
|LC Control Number||72075699|
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Théberge, James D. (éd.), Soviet Seapower in the Caribbean: Political and Strategic Implications, Praeger Publishers, New York,xv + : Cary Hector.
Soviet Seapower in the Caribbean: Political and Strategic Implications (New York: Praeger, ), but the present report is somewhat broader in scope and more consistent in viewpoint.
Essentially the study is concerned with analysis of certain developments in the Caribbean area since the early years of the Castro regime, par-ticularly the growth of the Soviet Union's political. Soviet seapower in the Caribbean: political and strategic implications. Edited by James D.
Theberge Latin America's new internationalism: the end of hemispheric isolation / edited by Roger W. Fontaine, J. With the purpose of determining what it is that implies tacit understanding about spheres of influence, the present chapter examines four examples of the actions of influencing powers and of the reaction of the adversary power in each case.
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Although the maritime-security issues under consideration in this chapter do not generally transcend a local setting, they cover a wide gamut of offshore considerations and may be of Author: Michael A.
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The significance to the United States of developments in Central America and the Caribbean Basin cannot be appreciated apart from a consideration of the Soviet Union’s role in the region and its implications for American national security.
The International Political Economy of New Regionalisms Series presents innovative analyses of a range of novel regional relations and institutions. Going beyond established, formal, interstate economic organizations, this essential series provides informed interdisciplinary and international research and debate about myriad heterogeneous.A month later, they were seized by the Cuban government, and the Cold War was in full swing in the Caribbean.
On July 9, three days after the United States reduced the Cuban sugar quota, Khrushchev. Richard R. Fagen, 44, is professor of political science at Stanford. Born in Chicago, he is a graduate of Size: KB. This article seeks to fill that gap by examining the role that the U.S.
military plays, and can play, in advancing U.S. strategic objectives in the region, with a focus on security cooperation and administration of security assistance efforts, as part of coordinated whole-of-government approach.