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by American Academy of Arts and Sciences,American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Committee on International Security Studies,Carl Kaysen,Robert A. Pastor,Laura W. Reed

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0877240027
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American Academy of Arts and Sciences,American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Committee on International Security Studies,Carl Kaysen,Robert A. Pastor,Laura W. Reed
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Politics & Government
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Amer Acad of Arts & Sciences (August 1, 1994)
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Latin America was chosen primarily because of our sense that normative change had both gone further and received more explicit formulation than in other regions

Latin America was chosen primarily because of our sense that normative change had both gone further and received more explicit formulation than in other regions. This volume is the product of this regional study.

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A valuable collection of essays from a project of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences that examined "emerging norms of justified intervention" in the western hemisphere, originally presented at a conference held at the Carter Center in Atlanta on September 20-21, 1993. A common thread connecting the essays in the volume, as Carl Kaysen and Robert Pastor point out in their introduction, is the "growing legitimacy of international involvement in politically related activities within states in the region.

The case of Latin American political and economic collaborative initiatives is of special interest when discussing . Reed, Laura W. and Carl Kaysen (eds) (1993) Emerging Norms of Justified Intervention (Cambridge, MA: American Academy of Arts and Sciences).

The case of Latin American political and economic collaborative initiatives is of special interest when discussing new regionalisms in the developing world because of the dramatic changes and notable. Rojas Aravena, Francisco and Luis Guillermo Solís Rivera, (1988) ¿Súbditos o aliados? La política exterior de Estados Unidos y Centroamérica (ed. Porvenir/FLACSO, San José de Costa Rica).

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"Brief, insightful essays and valuable commentary by conference participants at the Carter Center in Sept. 1993 (including former President Jimmy Carter and Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide). Emphasis on legitimacy of collective international actions for peace, democracy, and human rights and accompanying ambivalence of many Latin Americans in terms of State sovereignty"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 57.http://www.loc.gov/hlas/