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_AD-A259 872

U.S. POLICY AND TICLATIN AMERICA DT EC

IN THE 1990s JN1L49ýJAN 14 1993

Omm

93 14 010

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SPECAL

U.S. POLICY ANDLATIN AMERICA

IN THE 1990s

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The Air Force Academy Political Science Department will host the35th Air Force Academy Assembly entitled "U.S. Policy andLatin America in the 1990o" from 22 to 27 February 1993. Toassist participants, the Air Force Academy Library ReferenceBranch prepared this highly selective bibliography. Citationsinclude books, journal articles, and government publications. Thebooks have copyright dates no earlier than 1982, and, with a fewexceptions, journals and government publications have copyrightdates no earlier than 1990. Citations exclude newspaper articlesand report literature.

This bibliography was compiled and edited by Me. Frances Scottusing the Pro-Cite Bibliographic software. It was furtheredited and prepared for printing using Enable word processingsoftware.

(4A34S . MOPKINSDirector of Academy Libraries

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I. U.S. POLICY GOAL TOWARD LATIN AMERICA .................. 1

II. ECONOMIC ISSUES ........................................ 17

III. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES ................................... 28

IV. SECURITY ISSUES ........................................ 40

V. BIBLIOGRAPHIES AND OTHER SOURCES ....................... 50

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1. U. S.- POLICY GOIL 0MM LLTZK AMMU

Books

Americas in 1988: A Time for Choices. Lanham, MD: UP of America, 1988.(HC 125 .1524 1988b)

Americas Review. Saffron Walden Essexs: World of Information, 1990.(HC 121 .L2713 1990)

Anderson, Thomas P. Politic. in Central America: Guatemala. E1Salvador. Honduras. and Nicaragua. New York: Praeger, 1988.(JL 1416 .A52 1988)

Arnson, Cynthia. Crossroads: Congress. the Reagan Administration. andCentral America. New York: Pantheon, 1989.(F 1436.8 U6 A76 1989)

Arriagada Herrera, Genaro. Pinochet; The Politics of Power. Boston:Unwin, 1988.(F 3100 .A73413 1988)

Atkins, G. Pope. Latin America in the International Political System.Boulder: Westview, 1989.(JX 1393 .L3 A88 1989)

Bagley, Bruce Michael. Contadora and the Diplomacy of Peace in CentralA . SAIS Papers in Latin American Studies. Boulder: Westview,1987.(F 1436.8 .X6 C666 1987)

Bagley, Bruce Michael, Roberto Alvarez, and Katherine Hagedorn.Contadora and the Central American Peace Process: Selected Documents.SAIS Papers in International Affairs 8. Boulder: Weetview, 1985.(F 1439.5 .C67 1985)

Bailey, John J. Governing Mexico- The Statecraft of Crisis Management.New York: St. Martin's, 1988.(JL 1281 .B34 1988)

Baloyra, Nnrique A., ed. Ccmarina New Democracies: Transition andConsolidation in Mediterranean Eurome and the Southern Cone. Boulder:Westview, 1987.(JC 423 .C665 1987)

Barry, Tom, and Deb Preusch. The Central America Fact Bjok. New York:Grove, 1986.(P 1439.5 .B37 1986)

Bean, Frank D., Jurgen Schmsandt, and Sidney Weintraub. MCentral American Population and U.S. Immigration Policy. Austin:Center for Mexican American Studies, U of Texas at Austin, 1989.(JV 6483 .M47 1989)

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Berryman, Phillip. Insid. Central America: The Uspential Fact.s pastand Present on Bl Salvador, Nicaragua. Honduras.utml. n otL-gA New York: Pantheon, 1985.(F 1439.5 .B47 196S)

- .What's Wfrong in Central America an t to Do about It.Philadelphia: American Friends Service Comittee, 1983.(F 1418 .84)

Beyond Cold War Thinking: Security Threats and Onnortunities: Renort ofTwventy- Fifth United Nations of the Next Decade Conferene. June 24-29,I= Muscatine, IA: Stanley Foundation, 1990.(JX 1977 .C623 1990)

Black, George, Milton H. Jemail, And Norma Stoltz Chinchilla. gA~jGuatemalia. Now York: Monthly Review, 1984.(F 1466.5 .BS3 1984)

Blacier, Colo. The Hovering Giant: U.S. RagMooea to RevolutionaryChange in Latin America 1910-1985. Pittsburgh: U of Pittsburgh P,1985.(F 1418 .8646 1985)

Boeker, Paul H. Lost Illusion.: Latin America'. Struggle for Democracy,an Recounted by Its Leaders. La Jolla: Institute of the American, 1990.(F 1414.2 .L67 1990)

Bonner, Raymond. Weakness and Deo i:US oiyad3 avdr NewYork: Time., 1984.(F 1488.3 .B65 1984)

Booth, John A., and Thomas W. Walker. Understanding Central America.Boulder: Westview, 1989.(F 1439.5 .B66 1989)

Buckley, Kevin. Panama: The Whole Story. New York: Simon, 1991.(F 1567 .B83 1991)

Bustemente, Jorge A., Clark W. Reynolds, and Raul A. Hinojoma Ojeda,eds. U.S.-Mexico Relations. Stanford: Stanford UP, 1992.(HD 8081 .M6 015 1992)

Calvert, Peter. Guatemala, a Nation inTurmoil. Boulder: Westview,1985.(F 1466.5 .C32S 1985)

Calvert, Peter, and Susan Calvert. Latin America in the TwentietQata=j. New York: St. Martin'., 1990.(F 2414.2 .C23 1990)

Calvert, Susan, end Peter Calvert. Agnia oiia utr nZn.*~~i~r.Pittsburgh: U of Pittsburgh P. 1969.

(F 2843 .C27 1989)

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Carothers, Thomas H. in the Name of Democracy: U.S. Policy toward LatinAmerica in the Reaosn Years. Berkeley: U of California P, 1991.(F 1418 .C295 1991)

Catholic Institute for International Relations. Nicaraua: The Right toSurvive. Croton-on-Hudson, NY: North River, 1987.(JC 599 .N5 N555 1987)

Catterberg, Edgardo R. Argentina Confronts Politics: Political Cultureand Public Opinion in the Argentine Transition to Democracy. Boulder:Lynne Rienner, 1991.

(JL 2083 .C3813 1991)

Central America in Crisis: A Program for Action. Washington:Washington Institute for Values in Public Policy, 1983.(HC 141 .C375 1983)

Chalmers, Douglas A., Maria do Carmo Campello de Souza, and Atilio A.Boron, eds. Right and Democracy in Latin America. New York: Praeger,1992.

(F 1414.2 .R43 1992)

Chomsky, Noam. Turning the Tide: U.S. Intervention in Central Americaand the Struggle for Peace. Boston: South End, 1985.(F 1439.5 .C53 1985)

Cirincione, Joseph. Central America and the Western Alliance. NewYork: Holmes & Meier, 1985.(UA 606 .C46 1985)

Coleman, Kenneth M, and George C. Herring, eds. Understanding theCentral American Crisis: Sources of Conflict. U.S. PolicY. and Optionsfor eac. Wilmington: Scholarly Resources, 1991.(F 1436.8 .U6 U53 1991)

Coraggio, Jose Luis. Nicaraaua. Revolution and Democracy. Boston:Allen, 1986.(F 1528 .C66713 1986)

Corradi, Juan S. Fitful Republic: Economy. Society, and Politics inA . Latin American Perspectives Ser. 2. Boulder: Westview,1985.(HC 175 .C668 1985)

Czempiel, Ernst Otto, and James N. Rouenau. Global Chaes anTheoretical Challenge.: Apnroaches to World Politics for the 1990s.Lexington: Lexington, 1989.(JX 1391 .G52 1989)

Davis, Peter. Where is Nicaragua? New York: Simon, 1987.(F 1528 .D38 1987)

Diamond, Larry, Juan J. Linz, and Seymour Martin Lipset, ede. Polticin Developing Countries: Conmaring Experiences with DemocracY. Boulder:Lynne Rienner, 1990.(D 883 .D4525 1990)

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Diskin, Martin, and Kenneth Evan Sharpe. Impact of U.S. Policy in ElSalvador. 1979-1985. Policy Papers in International Affairs 27.Berkeley: U of California P, 1986.(E 183.8 .S2 D57 1986)

Dostert, Pierre Etienne. Latin America 1992. Washington: Stryker-Post,1992.(F 1408 .D15 1992)

Dumbrell, John. Making of US Foreign Policy. Manchester, England:Manchester UP, 1990.(J1X 1706 .D85 1990)

Dziedzic, Michael J. Mexico: Converging Challenges. London: Brassey's,1989.(U 162 .A23 no. 242)

Falcoff, Mark. Small Countries. Larae Issues: Studies in U.S.-LatinAmerican Asymmetries. Washington: American Enterprise Institute forPublic Policy Research, 1984.(F 1418 F25 1984)

Falcoff, Mark, and Robert Royal. Crisis and Opportunity: U.S. Policyin Central America and the Caribbean. Washington: Ethics and PublicPolicy Center, 1984.(F 1439.5 .C73 1984)

Fauriol, Georges A., and Eva Loser. Guatemala's Political Puzzle. NewBrunswick: Transaction, 1988.(F 1466.5 .F38 1988)

Ferris, Elizabeth G., Richard E. Feinberg, and Bruce Michael Bagley.Central American Refugees Develooment Postnoned: The Political Economyof Central America in the 1980s. New York: Praeger, 1987.(HV 640.5 .C46 F47 1987)

Foweraker, Joe, and Ann L. Craig. Popular Movements and PoliticalChange in Mexic . Boulder: Lynne Rienner, 1990.(JL 1281 P67 1990)

Gil, Carlos B., sd. Hope and Frustration: Interviews with Leaders ofMexico's Political Opoosition. Wilmington: Scholarly Resources, 1992.(F 1236 .H67 1992)

Gonzalez, Luis H. Political Structures and Democracy in Uruguay.Notre Dams: U of Notre Dame P, 1991.(JL 3681 .G66 1991)

Goodwin, Paul B. Global Studies Latin America. Guilford, CT: Dushkin,1988.(F 1408 .L38 1988)

Grayson, George W. United States and Mexico: Patterns of Influence.New York: Praeger, 1984.(E 183.8 .M6 G78 1984)

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Green, Duncan. Faces of Latin America. London: Latin America Bureau,1991.(F 1414 .G73 1991)

Gutman, Roy. Banana Diplomacy: The Making of American Policy inNicaragua. 1981-1987. New York: Simon, 1988.(E 183.8 N5 G87 1988)

Haggerty, Richard A., ed. 21 Salvador: A Country Study. Washington:GPO, 1990. (F 1483 .B55 1990)

Hanratty, Dennis Michael, and Sandra W. Meditz, eds. Colombia: ACountry Stud. Washington: GPO, 1990.(F 2258 .C64 1990)

---. Paraguay: A Country Study. Washington: GPO, 1990.(F 2668 .P24 1990)

Harris, Richard. Economic Develonment and Revolutionary Transformationin Nicaragua. Latin American Issues 3. Meadville, PA: AlleghenyCollege, 1986.(F 1528 .H27 1986)

Harris, Richard L., and Carlos Maria Vilas. Nicaragua, A Revolutionunder Siege. London: Zed, 1985.(F 1528 .N495 1985)

Hughes, Steven W., and Kenneth J. Mijeski. Politics and Public Policyin Latin America. Boulder: Westview, 1984.(JL 960 .H83 1984)

In Contempt of Congress: The Reagan Record of Deceit & Illegality onCentral America. Washington: Institute for Policy Studies, 1985.(F 1436.8 .X6 I5 1985)

Jacobson, Harold Karan. Networks of Interdeoendence: InternationalOrganizations and the Global Political System. New York: Knopf, 1984.(JX 1995 .J28 1984)

Jauberth, H. Rodrigo, et al. Difficult Triangle: Mexico. CentralAmerica. and the United States. Boulder: Westview, 1992.(E 183.8 .M6 T6513 1992)

Johnson, John J. Hemisphere Apart: The Foundations of United StatesPolicy toward Latin America. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1990.(F 1418 .J753 1990)

Johnson, Kenneth F. Mexican Democracy: A Critical View. New York:Praeger, 1984.(JL 1231 .J63 1984)

Keck, Margaret B. Workers' Party and Democratization in Brazil. NewHaven: Yale UP, 1991.(JL 2498 .T7 K43 1992)

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Kornbluh, Peter. Nicaragua. the Price of Intervention: Reagan's Warsagainst the Sandinistas. Washington: Institute for Policy Studies,1987.(E 183.8 .N5 K67 1987)

Krulak, Victor H. Panama: An Aseesmezlt. Washington: U.S. StrategicInst., 1990.(F 1566 P17 1990)

Kryzanek, Michael J. U.S.-Latin American Relations. New York: Praeger,1987.(F 1418 .K78 1987)

Langley, Lester D. America and the Americas: The United States in theWestern Hemisohere. Athens: U of Georgia P, 1989.(F 1418 .L27 1989)

Lies, Sheldon B. Radical Thouoht in Central America. Boulder:Westview, 1991.(F 1438 .L74 1991)

Lowenthal, Abraham F., ed. Exoortinu Democracy: The United States andLatin America. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1991.(F 1418 .E89 1991)

Malloy, James M., and Mitchell A. Seligson. Authoritarians andDemocrats: Regime Transition in Latin America. Pittsburgh: U ofPittsburgh P, 1981.(JL 966 .A98 1987)

Martz, John D. United States Policy in Latin America: A Quarter Centuryof Crisis and Challenge. 1961-1986. Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, 1988.(F 1418 .U715 1988)

McClintock, Michael. American Connection. London: Zed, 1985.(F 1436.8 .U6 M25 1985)

Meditz, Sandra W., and Dennis Michael Hanratty, eds. Panama. a CountryStud. Washington: GPO, 1989.(F 1563 P323 1989)

Molineu, Harold. U.S. Policy toward Latin America: From Regionalism toG . Boulder: Westview, 1990.(F 1418 .M72 1990)

Morales, Waltraud Queiser. Boliva: Land of Struggle. Boulder:Westview, 1992.(F 3321 .M75 1992)

Moreno, Dario. U.S. Policy in Central America: The Endless Debate.Miami: Florida International UP, 1990.(F 1436.8 U6 M66 1990)

Munck, Ronaldo. Latin America: The Transition to Democracv. London:Zed, 1989.(F 2217 .M96 1989)

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Munoz, Heraldo, and Carlos Portales. Elusive Friendship: A Survey ofU.S.-Chilean Relations. Boulder: Lynne Rienner, 1991.(E 183.8 .C4 M813 1991)

Newfarmer, Richard S. From Gunboats to Diplomacy: New U.S. Policiesfor Latin America. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1984.(F 1418 .F9 1984)

North, Robert Carver. War. Peace. Survival: Global Politics andConceptual Synthesis. Boulder: Westview, 1990.(JX 1391 .N56 1990)

Novak, Michael. This Hemisphere of Liberty: A Philosophy of theAmericas. Washington: American Enterprise Institute for PublicPolicy Research, 1990.(JC 599 .L3 N68 1990)

Novak, Michael, and Michael Jackson. L.tin America. Dependency crInterdependence? Washington: American Enterprise Institute for PunlicPolicy Research, 1985.(HC 125 .L3436 1985)

Nyrop, Richard F., ed. Guatemala. a Country Study. Washington: GPO,1984.(P 1463 .G944 1984)

Ortiz de Zevallos M., Felipe. Peruvian Puzzle. New York: Priority,1989.(HJ 8604 .078 1989)

Payne, Richard J. West European Allies, the Third World. and U.S.Foreign Policy: Post-Cold War Challenges. New York: Greenwood, 1991.(E 881 .P29 1991b)

Perez Brignoli, Hector. Brief History of Central America. Berkeley:U of California P, 1989.(P 1436 P4613 1989)

Peters, Donald C. Democratic System in the Eastern Caribbean. NewYork: Greenwood, 1992.(JL 642 .P47 1992)

Pion-Berlin, David. ideology of State Terror: Economic Doctrine andPolitical Repression in Argentina and Peru. Boulder: Lynne Rienner,1989.(JC 599 .A7 P56 1989)

Poitras, Guy E. Ordeal of Hegemony: The United States and LatinAmerica. Boulder: Westview, 1990.(F 1418 .P66 1990)

Porpora, Douglas V. How Holocausts Happen: The United States inCentral America. Philadelphia: Temple UP, 1990.(F 1439.5 .P67 1990)

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Rizopoulos, Nicholas X., ad. Sea-Changes: American Foreign Policy in aWorld Transformd. New York: Council on Foreign Relations, 1990.(H 881 .S43 1990)

Robinson, Linda. Intervention or Neglect: The Unite! States and CentralAmerica beyond the 19806. New York: Council on Foreign Relations, 1991.(F 1439.5 .P.6 1991)

Rodriguez, Felix I., and John Weisman. Shadow Warrior. New Ycrk:Simon, 1989.(E 840.5 .R63 A3 19891

Roett, Riordan, and Richard Scott Sacks. Paraguay: The PersonalistLegacy. Boulder: Westview, 1991.(F 2681 .R62 1991)

Roett, Riordan, ad. Mexico's External Relations in the 19908. Boulder:Lynne Rienner, 1991.(F 1236 .M487 1991)

Rosenau, James N. Turbulence in World Politics: A Theory of Change andContinuiy. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1990.(JX 1391 .R585 1990)

Rourke, John T. Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issuesin World Politics. Guilford, CT: Dushkin, 1989.(D 849 .T274 1989)

Russett, Bruce M., and Harvey Starr. World Politics: The Menu forChoice. New York: Freeman, 1989.(JX 1391 .R88 1989)

Russett, Bruce M., Harvey Starr, and Richard J. Stoll. Choices inWorld Politics: Sovereignty and Interdependence. New York: Freeman,1989.(JX 1391 .C446 1989)

Sater, William F. Chile and the United States: Emoires in Conflict.Athens: U of Georgia P, 1990.(8 183.8 .C4 S27 1990)

Schwartz, Stephen. Strange Silencea The Emergence of Democracy incra . San Francisco: ICS, 1992.

(F 1528 .S4 1992)

Scranton, Margaret Z. Norgeca Years: U.S.-Panamanian Relations. 1981-=. Boulder: Lynne Rienner, 1991.(Z 183.8 .P2 S37 1991)

Shearman, Peter, and Phil Williams. Suneroowars. Central Amrica eanthe Middl=e East. London: Brassey's, 1988.(F 1436.8 .U6 S87 1988)

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Sklar, Holly. Washington's War on Nicaraaua. Boston: South End, 1988.(E 183.8 .N5 S55 1988)

Smith, Bruce L. R., ed. Next Steps in Central America. Washington:Brookings, 1991.

(F 1439.5 .N39 1991)

Szumski, Bonnie. Latin America and U.S. Foreign Policy: Oggosino

Viewpoints. St. Paul: Greenhaven, 1988.

(F 1418 .L3555 1988)

Targ, Harry R. People's Nicaragua. New York: International, 1989.

(F 1528 .T37 1989)

Taylor, Charles W. World 2010: A New Order of Nations. CarlisleBarracks, PA: Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 1992.

(U 413 .A66 .T33 1992)

Tinbergen, Jan, and Dietrich Fischer. Warfare and Welfare: IntegratingSecurity Policy into Socio-Economic Policy. New York: St. Martin's,1987.(HB 846 .T55 1987)

Toma, Peter A., and Robert F. Gorman. International Relations:

Understanding Global Issues. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole, 2991.(JX 1391 .T66 1991)

Torres-Rivas, Edelberto. Regression and Resistance: The Struggle for

Democracy in Central America. Latin American Perspectives Ser. 6.

Bou'der: Westview, 1989.

(F 1439.5 .T6713 1989)

Tulchin, Joseph S. Argentina and the United States: A ConflictedRelationship. Twayne's International History Ser. 5. Boston: Twayne,1990.(E 183.8 .A7 T85 1990)

Weeks, John. Beyond Supernower Rivalry: Latin America and the Third

W . New York: New York UP, 1991.(F 1416 .S65 B49 1991)

Weinstein, Martin. Uruguay; Democracy at the Crossroads. Boulder:

Westview, 1988.(F 2728 .W43 1988)

Wesson, Robert G., and Heraldo Munoz. Latin American Views of U.S.

Poli . New York: Praeger, 1986.(F 1418 .L358 1986)

West, Richard. Hurricane in Nicaragua. New York: Viking Penguin, 1989.(F 1528 .W45 1989)

Wiarda, Howard J. American Foreian Policy towards Latin America in the80s and 90s, Issues and Controversies from Reagan to Bush.New York: New York UP, 1992.(F 1418 .W648 1992)

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---. In Search of PolicY: The United States and Latin America.Washington: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research.

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DeveloCment. Boulder: Westview, 1990.(F 1410 .L39 1990)

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Journals

Asman, David. "Wealth of Nacjones." Polic Refvi 60 (Spring 1992):

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World Affairs 42.1 (Apr. 1992): 12-7.

Bendana, Alejandro. "Conflict Resolution in Central America: The

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(Summer-Fall 1990) : 191-209.

Bloomifield, Richard J., and Abraham F. Lowenthal. "Inter-American

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Castaneda, Jorge G. "Latin America and the End of the Cold War." !gz14Policy Journal 7.3 (Sumuer 1990) : 469-92.

Chabat, Jorge. *Mexico's Foreign Policy in 1990: Electoral Sovereigntyand integration with the United States." Journal of InteramericiM

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Collier, David, and Deborah L. $Orden. "Strategic Choice Models of

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Falcoff, Mark. "Democratic Prospect in Latin America." Washijngton

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Forsytbe. ra'uid P. "Human Rights in U.S. Foreign Policy: Retrospect and

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Gleijeses, Piero. "Reflections on Victory: The United States and

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Hakim, Peter. "United States and Latin America: Good Neighbors Again?,

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Hamilton, Lee H. -Democrat Looks at Foreign Policy." ForajgnALfairs

71.3 (Summer 1992): 32-51.

Healy, Kevin. "Political Ascent of Bolivia's Peasant Coca Leaf

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(Spring 1991): 87-121.

Herzog, Lawrence A. -International Boundary Cities: The Debate on

Transfrontior Planning in Two Border Regions." Nat-ural Resources

Jo~urnl~ 31 (Winter 1991) : 587-600.

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Huntington, Samuel P. "How Countries Democratize." Political ScienceQUK&l 104.4 (Winter 1991-92): 579-616.

Hurrell, Andrew. 'Latin America in the Now World Order: A Regional Blocof the American.- International Affairs 68.1 (Jan. 1992): 121-39.

Karl, Terry Lynn, and Philippe C. Schmittar. -Modes of Transition inLatin America, Southern and Eastern Europe.- International SocialScience Journal 128 (May 1991): 269-84.

"*Latin American Left, a Painful Rebirth." XACLA Report an the American25.5 (May 1992): 12-45.

Leach, James A. "Republican Looks at Foreign Policy.' Foreign Affair.71.3 (Summer 1992): 17-31.

Lechner, Norberto. "Search for Lost Community: Challenges to Democracyin Latin America." International Social Science Journal 129 (Aug.1991): 541-53.

LeoGrande, William M. "After the Battle Of San Salvador." Wol PlJournal2. 7.2 (Spring 1990) : 331-56.

Lindenberg, Marc. "World Economic Cycles and Central American PoliticalInstability." World Poljitic 42.3 (Apr. 1990): 397-421.

Linowitz, Sol M. "Countdown in the Americas: U.S. Interests Are VeryGreat." Vital Speeches of the Dy57.23 (15 Sep. 1991) : 726-9.

Mahaney, Mark S., ed. "Symposium: American Foreign Policy in the1990m.." AIS Reiew~ 10.1 (Winter-Spring 1990) : 15-51.

Marts, John 0. "Electoral Campaigning and Latin AmericanDemocratization: The Grancolombian Experience." Journal ofIntormrcnStde n World affairs 32.1 (Spring 1991): 17-43.

Momettig, Michael D. -Panama and the Proesm." AISRavin 10.2(Sumuier-Fall 1990): 179-89.

Nitz., Paul H. "American Foreign Policy in the 1990m. An Overview."MIS ~Revis 10.1 (Winter-Spring 1990) : 53-8.

"Panel Discussion: Options for a Law-Abiding U.S. Policy in CentralAmerica."- Boston olleas Third World LwJ&ournal~ 10 (Spring 1990):215-57.

Pastor, Robert A. 'Bush Administration and Latin America: The PragmaticStyle and the Regionalist Option."- ora fItrmeia tde nWorld AtIU~ 33.3 (Fall 1991): 1-3.

Pastor, Robert, and Richerd Fletcher. "Caribbean in the 21st Century."ForianAffirs70.3 (Sumer 1991) : 98-114.

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---- Discgrdant Harmonies- A Mew Ecology for WWe Twrenty-First CenturyNow York: Oxcford UP, 1990.(QH 75 B361 1990)

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Chiras. Daniel D. Beyand tbe Pray: Sebahaina Amoricas nirnenaBu.aa~g. Boulder: Johnson, 1990.(HC 110 .35 C46 1990)

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Craig, James R., David J. Vaughan, and Brian J. Skinner. Reorcsothe Earth. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice, 1988.(NC 21 .C72 1988)

Crucial Decade:% The 19908 and the Global Environmental Challenge.Washington: World Resources Inst., 1989.(NC 110 .Z5 C78 1989)

Cutter, Susan L., Nilary Leabrt Renwick, and William N. Renwick.Egoloitation. Conservation. Preservation, A Geogranh~ic Persoective onNatural Resource Use. Totowa, NJ: Rouman & Allanheld, 1985.(NC 21 .C96 1985)

Dahlberg, Kenneth A. Environment and the Global Arena: Actors. Values,Policies. and Futures. Durham: Duke UP, 1985.(NC 79 .35 8743 1985)

Dalton, Stephen, George Bernard, and Andrew Mitchell. aihParadise: The Tropical Rainforeat. Woodstock: Overlook, 1990.(QN 111 .D35 1990)

Daly, Herman S., John B. Cobb, and Clifford W. Cobb. Fo h CooGod Redirecting the Economy toward CaiMuity. the Environment, and aSustainable Future. Boston: Beacon, 1989.(HD 75.6 .D35 1989)

Disnosal of Indsra adDnstic Wastes- adadSa lentvsWashington: National Academy, 1984.(TD 793 DS57 1984)

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Ehrlich, Paul R., and Anne N. Ehrlich. Healing the Planet: Strategiesfor Resolving h niisna rss Reading, MR: Addison-Wesley,1991.(OF 75 .24 1991)

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Engel, J. Ronald, and Joan Gibb Engel, ads. Ethics of EnvironmentadDevelogyment: Global Challenge. International Ramnone. Tucson: U ofArizona P, 1990.(HO 75.6 .384 1991)

Erickson, Brad, ed. Call to Action: Handbook for Ecology. Peace andJutie San Francisco: Sierra Club, 1990.(H 97 .C35 1990)

Erickson, Jon. Greenhouse Earth: Tomorrow'sa Disaster Toa.BlueRidge Summit, PA: Tab, 1990.(QC 981.8 .056 375 1990)

Firor, John. Changting Atmosphere: A Global Challenge. new Haven: YaleUP, 1990.(QC 061.2 PF57 1990)

Fisher, David R. Fire & Icew The renoeHffct. Ozone Depletion,and Nfuclear Winter. New York: Harper, 1990.(TD 883.1 .F57 1990)

French, Hilary F. After the Earth SUMinit, The Future of EnvironmentalGoenne Worldvatch Paper 107. Washington: Worldwatch Inst., 1992.(HC 79 .35 F74 1992)

Goldsmith, Edward. 5000 Days to gave the Planet. London: Hamlyn, 1990.(TO 170 .159 1990)

Goodland, Robert J. A. Race to Save the Tropics: Ecology and Kcnncfor a Sustainable Future. Washington: Island, 1990.(KC 59.72 .35 R33 1990)

Goodman, David, and Michael Radcliff, eds. Evrn nt and Develoimentin Latin America: The Politics ofSaanblt.Manchester, England:Manchester UP, 1991.(HC 130 .35 958 1991)

Gradvohl, Judith, and Russell Greenberg. Saving the Trocical Forests.Washington: Island, 1988.(ED 414 .T76 G73 1988)

Gribbin, John R. Hothouaa 3arthm The Greenhouse Effect and Gaia. NewYork: Grove, 1990.(QC 912.3 .075 1990)

Hecht, Susanna B., and Alexander Cockburn. Fats of thAe Freta:Developers. DestroesadDfnesfthAaz. London: Verao,1989.(SD 418.3 .AS3 ff43 1589)

Houghton; John Theodore, 0. J. Jenkins, and J. sphraws, ada. CILMnChange: The IPCC Scientific Assesimmnt. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1990.(QC 981.8 .C5 157 1990)

Jacobs, Marius Roelof A. A. Oldeman, and Renks Kruk. =T2igaL-W2,

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Forest: A First Encounter. New York: Springer, 1988.(QH 541.5 .R27 J3313 1988)"

Jordan, Carl F., and Robert J. Buschbacher. Amazonian Rain Forests:Ecosystem Disturbance and Recovery. New York: Springer, 1987.(SD 418.3 .A53 A53 1987)

Leonard, H. Jeffrey. Environment and the Poor, Development Strategiesfor a Cow= Agenda. New Brunswick: Transaction, 1989.(HC 59.72 E5 L46 1989)

Lewis, Scott, and Dwight Holing. Rainforest Book: How You Can Save theWorld's Rainforests. Los Angeles: Living Planet, 1990.(QH 541.5 .R27 L48 1990)

Lyman, Francesca. Greenhouse Tran: What We're Doing to the Atmosohereand How We Can Slow Global Warming. Boston: Beacon, 1990.(QC 981.8 .G56 L97 1990)

MacNeill, Jim, Pieter Winsemius, and Taiz o Yakushiji. Dvo4Interdeoendence, The Meshing of the World's Econgmv and the Earth'sEcol . New York: Oxford UP, 1991.(HD 75.6 .M33 1991)

Maguire, Andrew, and Janet Welsh Brown. Bordering on Trouble: Resourcesand Politics in Latin America. Bethesda: Adler & Adler, 1986.(HC 125 .B594 1986)

Mendea, Chico. Fight for the Forest: Chico Hendee in His Own Words.London: Latin America Bureau, 1989.(SD 411.52 .M46 A3 1989)

Miller, Kenton, and Laura Tangley. Trees of Life: Saying TropicalForests and Their Biological Wealth. Boston: Beacon, 1991.(SD 414 .T76 M55 1991)

Milne, Antony. Our Drowning World: Poculation. Pollution and FutureWeather. Dorset, England: Prism, 1988.(QC 912.3 .K5 1988)

Moyers, Bill D. Global Dumping Ground& Tht International Traffic inHazardous Wants. Lanham, MD: Seven Locks, 1990.(HD 9975 .A2 1(69 1990)

Hungall, Constance, and D. J. mcLaren. Planet under Stress: TheChallenge of Global Chance. Toronto: Oxford UP, 1991.(GF 41 .P59 1991)

Munoz, Heraldo, ed. Environment and Dinlomacv in the Americas.Boulder: Lynne Rienner, 1992.(HC 130 .X5 359 1992)

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Newman, Arnold. Tropical Rainforest: A World Survey of Our MostValuable and Endangered Habitat with a Blueprint for Its Survival. NewYork: Facts on File, 1990.(QH 541.5 .R27 W49 1990)

Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development. enewableNatural Resources: Economic Incentives for Imoroved Management. Paris:Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development, 1989.(HC 55 .R45 1989)

---. trenthenin Environmental Co-Operation with DeveloningConre. Paris: Organisation for Economic Co-Operation andDevelopment, 1989.(HC 79 .E5 S88 1989)

Porter, Gareth. Global Environmental Politics. Boulder: Westview,1991.(HC 79 .E5 P669 1991)

Renner, Michael. National Security: The Economic and EnvironmentalDimensions. Worldwatch Paper 89. Washington: Worldwatch Inst., 1989.(HC 79.D4 R46 1989)

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Rifkin, Jeremy. Biosphere Politics: A New Consciousness for a NewCantur. New York: Crown, 1991.(GF 21 .R52 1991)

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Russell Jones, Robin, and T. Wigley. Ozone Denletion- Health andEnvironmental Conseauences. Chichester, England: Wiley, 1989.(RA 569.8 .096 1989)

Ryan, John C. Life Supoort: Conserving Biological Diversity.Worldwatch Paper 108. Washington: Worldwatch Inst., 1992.(QH 75 .R92 1992)

Sampson, R. Neil, and Dwight Hair. Natural Resources for the 21stCentury. Washington: Island, 1990.(HC 103.7 .N296 1990)

Schneider, Stephen Henry. Global Warning- Are We Entering theGrenouse Centu? San Francisco: Sierra Club, 1989.(QC 981.8 .GS6 S3 1989)

Shane, Douglas R. HooforintS on the Forest: Cattle Ranc-hing and the

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Destruction of Latin America's Tropical Forests. Philadelphia:Institute for the Study of Human Issues, 1986.(HD 9433 .L292 S53 1986)

Shoumatoff, Alex. World is Burning. Boston: Little, 1990.

(SD 411.52 .M46 S54 1990)

Silver, Cheryl Simon, and Ruth S. DeFries. One Earth. One Future: OurChanging Global Environment. Washington: National Academy, 1990.(GF 75 .S55 1990)

Smith, V. Kerry. Environmental Policy under Reagan's Executive Order:The Role of Benefit-Cost Analysis. Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P,1984.(HC 110 .R5 E49878 1984)

State of the Environment: A View toward the Nineties. Washington:Conservation Foundation, 1987.(TD 171 .S73 1987)

Thibodeau, Francis R., and Hermann H. Field. Sustaining Tomorrow: AStrategy for World Conservation and Develooment. Hanover: UP of NewEngland, 1984.(HC 79 .E5 S87 1984)

Tolba, Mostafa Kamal. Sustainable Development: Constraints andOnortguities. London: Butterworths, 1987.(TD 170.3 .T66 1987)

Trexler, Mark C. Minding the Carbon Store: Weighing U.S. ForestryStrategies to Slow Global Warming. Washington: World Resources Inst.,1991.(QC 981.8 .G56 T74 1991)

Tulchin, Joseph S., ed. Economic Develooment and EnvironmentalProtection in Latin America. Boulder: Lynne Rienner, 1991.(HC 130 .E5 826 1991)

Vig, Norman J., and Michael E. Kraft. Environmeutal Policy in the1990s: Toward a New Aoenda. Washington: CQ, 1990.(HC 110 .85 E49876 1990)

Westing, Arthur H. Global Resources and International Conflict:Environmental Factors in Strategic Policy and Action. Oxford, England:Oxford UP, 1986.(UA 11 .G57 1986)

Whitmore, T. C. An Introduction to Tronical Rain Forests. New York:Oxford UP, 1990.(QM 541.5 .R27 W45 1990)

Worobec, Mary Devine. Toxic Substances Controls Primer: FederalReoulation of Chemicals in the Environment. Washington: Bureau ofNational Affairs, 1986.(KF 3958 .W67 1986)

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Wyman, Richard L. Global Climate Chanue and Life on Earth. New York:

noutledge, 1991.(QH 545 .T4 G56 1991)

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Journals

Browning, Graeme. "Biodiversity Battle." National Journal 24.32 (8Aug. 1992): 1827-30.

Christie, Ian. "Social and Political Aspects of Global Warming."Futur 24 (Jan.-Feb. 1992): 83-90.

"Conquest of Nature 1492-1992." NACLA Report on the Americas 25.2(Sep. 1991): 6-40.

"Environment: Development That Destroys." Envi" 10.118 (May 1991):20-24.

"-Environment: Whose World Is It, Anyway?" Economist (30 May 1992):5-24.

Faber, Daniel. "Ecological Crisis of Latin America: A TheoreticalIntroduction." Latin American Perspectives 19.1 (Winter 1992): 3-16.

Faber, Daniel. "Imperialism, Revolution, and the Ecological Crisis ofCentral America." Latin American Perspectives 19.1 (Winter 1992):17-44.

Goldrich, Daniel, and David V. Carruthers. "Sustainable Development inMexico? The International Politics of Crisis or Opportunity." LatinAmerican Perspectives 19.1 (Winter 1992): 97-122.

Gore, Albert. "SEI: A Strategic Environment Initiative." SAIS Review10.1 (Winter-Spring 1990): 59-71.

Gray, C. Boyden, and David B. Rivkin, Jr. "'No Regrets' EnvironmentalPolicy." Foreign Policy 83 (Sumner 1991): 47-65.

Grubb, Michael. "Greenhouse Effect: Negotiating Targets."International Affairs 66.1 (Jan. 1990): 67-89.

Holly, Susan. "Focus on the Enterprise for the Americas Initiative."US Department of State Dispatch 3.8 (24 Feb. 1992): 141-3.

Lindzen, Richard S. "Global Warming: The Origin and Nature of theAlleged Scientific Consensus." Reng1ation 15.2 (Spring 1992) : 87-98.

McKeith, Nalissa Hathaway. "Environment and Free Trade: Meeting Halfwayat the Mexican Border." Pacific Basin Law Journal 10 (Fall 199ý):183-211.

Millikan, Brent H. "Tropical Deforestation, Land Degradation, andSociety: Lessons from Rondonia, Brazil." Latin American Perspectives19.1 (Winter 1992): 47-72.

Mutae, Stephen P. "System Maintenance and Environmental Reform inMexico." Latin American Perspectives 19.1 (Winter 1992): 123-43.

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Quesada-Mateo, Carlos A., and Vivienne Solis-Rivera. "Costa Pica'sNational Strategy for Sustainable Development: A Sumary." Futures 22(May 1990): 396-416.

Reid, Walter V. "Conserving Life's Diversity: Can the Extinction CrisisBe Stopped." Environmental Science & Technoloav 26.6 (June 1992):1090-95.

Skolnikoff, Eugene B. "Policy Gridlock on Global Warming.' ForeignPoli 79 (Suumer 1990): 77-93.

Southworth, Frank, Virginia H. Dale, and Robert V. O'Neill."Contrasting Patterns of Land OUe in Rodonia, Brazil: Simulating theEffects on Carbon Release.- International Social Science Journal 130(Nov. 1991): 681-98.

Stonich, Susan C. "Struggling with Honduran Poverty: The EnvironmentalConsequences of Natural Resource-aased Development and RuralTransformations." World Develooment 20.3 (Mar. 1992): 385-99.

Turner, S. L., II, and William B. Meyer. "Land Use and -and Cover inGlobal Environmental Change: Considerations for Study." InternationalSocial Science Journal 130 (Nov. 1991): 669-79.

Young, H. Peyton, and Amanda Wolf. "Global Warming Negotiations: DoesFairness Matter?" Brookings Review 10.2 (Spring 19921t 46-S1.

Zentilli, Bernardo. "Forests, Trees & People." Environmental Science &Technolon 26.6 (June 1992): 1096-99.

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Baker, James Addison. Dinlomacv for the Environment. Washington: U.S.Dept. of State, 1990.(Gov Doc S 1.71/4:1254)

Bernthal, Frederick M. Recognizing the Global Nature of EnvironmentalProblems. Washington: U.S. Dept. of State, 1989.(Gov Doc S 1.71/4:1198)

Bush, George. Inte,..ational Environmental Cooperation: A New Era.Washington: U.S. Dept. of State, 1990.(Gov Doc S 1.71/4:1272)

---. U.S. Committed to Safe Environment. Washington: U.S. Dept. ofState, 1990.(Gov Doc S 1.71/4:1249)

United States. Cong. House. Committee on Armed Services. DLA'sManagement of Hazardous Materials and Hazardous Waste: Hearing. 101stCong., 2nd sees. Washington: GPO, 1990.(Gov Doc Y 4.Ar 5/2a:989-90/64)

Committee on Energy and Commerce. Report on theIntervarliamentarv Conference on the Global Environment (April 29 toMay 2. 1990). Washington: GPO, 1990.(Gov Doc Y 4.En 2/3:101-w)

Committee on Energy and Commerce. Subcommittee onEnergy and Power. Global Environment: A National Energy Stratecrv:Hearing. 101st Cong., 2nd sees. Washington: GPO, 1991.(Gov Doc Y 4.En 2/3:101-217)

Committee on Energy and Commerce. Subcomuittee onTransportation and Hazardous Materials. Basel Convention on the Exportof Waste: Hearing. 102nd Cong., let sess. Washington: GPO, 1992.(Gov Doc Y 4.En 2/3:102-66)

- -. ---. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Selected MajorInternational Environmental Issues: A Briefing Book. Washington: GPO,1991.(Gov Doc Y 4.F 76/1:En 8/5)

. ---. ---. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on HumanRights and International Organizations. U.S. Policy toward the 1992United Nations Conference on Environment and Develooment: Hearings.102nd Cong., lst seas. Washington: GPO, 1992.(Gov Doc Y 4.F 76/l:En 8/6)

---. -..- -.. Committee on Science, Space and Technology.Technologies and Strategies for Addressing Global Warmin,: Hearing.102nd Cong., let sess. Washington: GPO, 1992.iGov Doc Y '.Sci 2:102/80)

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---. . .Committee on Science, Space and Technology.Subcommittee on Environment. U.N. Conference on Environment andDevelowment: Hearing. 102nd Cong., lot sess. Washington: GPO, 1991.(Gov Doc Y 4.Sci 2:102/43)

---- -- . Committee on Science, Space and Technology.Subcommittee on Natural Resources, Agriculture Research, andEnvironment. CFC Reduction--Technology Transfer to the DevelopinoWorld: Hearing. 101st Cong , 2nd sees. Washington: GPO, 1590.(Gov Doc Y 4.Sci 2:101/149)

Committee on Science, Space and Technology.Subcommittee on Science. Priorities in Global Climate Chance Research:Hearings. 102nd Cong., lot sees. Washington: GPO, 1992.(Gov Doc Y 4.Sci 2:102/79)

--.- ---. Joint Economic Committee. Making the Environment Cgmt:Hearings. 102nd Cong., lt ses. Washington: GPO, 1991 (i.e. 1992].(Gov Doc Y 4.Ec 7:En 8/5)

United States. Cong. Office of Technology Assessment. ChangingDegrees: Stens to Reduce Greenhouse Gases. Washington: GPO, 1991.(Gov Doc Y 3.T 22/2:2D 36/3)

Changing by Degrees: Staos to Reduce Greenhouse Gases:Summ . Washington: GPO, 1991.(Gov Doc Y 3.T 22/2:2D 36/3/sum)

---. ---- ---. Camle2 Cleanun : The Environmental Legacy of NuclearWeapons Production. Washington: GPO, 1991.(Gov Doc Y 1.T 22/2:2C 58/3)

United States. Cong. Senate. Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition andForestry. Joint Hearing on the Potential Impact of Global Warmina onthe Third World: Joint Hearing. 101st Cong., lot sees. Washington:GPO, 1989.(Gov Doc Y 4.Ag 8/3S.hrg.101-303)

Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation.Policy Implications of Greenhouse Warming: Hgaring. 102nd Cong., 1ltsess. Washington: GPO, 1991.(Gov Doc Y 4.C 73/7:S.hrg.102-259)

Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation.Subcommittee on Foreign Commerce and Tourism. U.S. Chemical Exports toLatin America: Hearing. 101st Cong., 2nd sees. Washington: GPO, 1990.(Gov Doc Y 4.C 73/7:S.hrg.101-674)

Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation.Subcommittee on Science, Technology, and Space. New Data on Depletionof the Ozone Lever: Hearing. 102nd Cong,, let sees. Washington: GPO,1991.(Gov Doc Y 4.C 73/7:S.hrg.102-160)

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-- - -. --. Committee on Environment and Public Works.Subcommittee on Environmental Protection. Preventing Ozone Deoletion:Hearing. 102nd Cong., 1st sees. Washington: GPO, 1991.(Gov Doc Y 4.P 96/10:S.hrg.102-137)

--. . --. Committee on Environment and Public Works.Subcommittee on Labor. Economic and Environmental Implications of theProposed U.S. Trade Agreement with Mexico: Hearing. 102nd Cong., 1stsess. Washington: GPO, 1991.(Gov Doc Y 4.P 96/10:S.hrg.102-116)

Committee on Environment and Public Works.Subcommittee on Superfund, Ocean and Water Protection. Imoroving theSuoerfund Cleanup Process: Hearing. 101st Cong., 2nd sees.Washington: GPO, 1991.(Gov Doc Y 4.P 96/10:S.hrg.101-1187)

Committee on Governmental Affairs. Deoartment of theEnvironment Act of 1990: Hearings. 101st Cong., 2nd sees. Washington:GPO, 1990.(Gov Doc Y 4.G 74/9S.hrg.101-882)

United States. General Accounting Office. Global Warming:Administration APoroach Cautious Pending Validation of Threat.Washington: The Office, 1990.(Gov Doc GA 1.13:NSIAD-90-63)

-. ---. Greenhouse Effect: DOE's Pronrams and Activities Relevant tothe Global Warming Phenomenon. Washington: The Office, 1990.(Gov Doc GA 1.13:RCED-90-74BR)

--. -- Toxic Substances: EPA's Chemical Testing Program Has MadeLittle Progress. Washington: The Office, 1990.(Gov Doc GA 1.13:RCED 90-189)

..-. .... U.S.-Mexico Trade Information on Environmental Regulationsand Enforcement. Washington: The Office, 1991.(Gov Doc GA 1.13:NSIAD-91-227)

United States of America National Regort. Washington: Council onEnvironmental Quality, 1992.(Gov Doc PrEx 14.2:N 21/2)

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Baylis, John, at al. Contemporary Strateny. New York: Holmes & Meier,1987.(U 162 .C65 1987)

Behar, David S., and Godfrey Harris. Invasion: The AmerianDestruction of the Noriega Regime in Panama. Los Angeles: AmericasGroup, 1990.(F 1567 .B44 1990)

Bergquist, Charles, Ricardo Penaranda, and Gonzalo Sanchez, eds.Violence in Colombia: The Contemporary Crisis in HistoricalPerspective. Wilmington: Scholarly Resources, 1992.(HN 310 .Z9 V579 1992)

Blachman, Morris J., William M. LeoGrande, and Kenneth Evan Sharpe.Confronting Revolution: Security through Dinlomacy in Central America.New York. Pantheon, 1986.(F 1436.8 .U6 C66 1986)

Black, Jan Knippers. Sentinels of Emoire: The United States and LatinAmerican Militarism. Contributions in Political Science 144. New York:Greenwood, 1986.(JL 956 .C58 B43 1986)

Blechman, Barry M., and Edward Luttwak. Qlobal Security: A Review ofStrategic and Economic Issues. Boulder: Westview, 1987.(UA 10.5 .G573 1987)

Bloomfield, Richard J., and Gregory F. Treverton.Intervention: A New U.S.-Latin American Security Relationship. Boulder:Lynne Rienner, 1990.(F 1418 .A543 1990)

Bradford, Colin I., Jr., ad. Strategic Otione for Latin-Aerica in the1990s. Paris: Development Centre of the Organisation for EconomicCo-Operation and Development, 1992.(HC 125 .B71 1992)

Bryan, Anthony T., J. Edward Greene, and Timothy N. Shaw. Peace,Develooment and Security in the Caribbean: Perspectives to the Year20=0. New York: St. Martin's, 1990.(F 2133 P43 1990)

Buckley, Tom. Violent Neiahbors: El Salvador. Central America. and theUnited Statea. New York: Times, 1984.(F 1488.3 .B82 1984)

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Buzan, Barry. Introduction to Sxatngi S Military Technologyand International Relations. New York: St. Martin's, 1987.)UA 11 .B84 1987)

---. Peoole. States and Pear: An Aoenda for International SecurityStudies in the Post-Cold War Era. Boulder: Lynne Rienner, 1991.(UA 10.5 .B89 1991)

Calvert, Peter. Central American Security System: North-South orEastWes? Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1988.WUA 606 .C465 1988)

Carpenter, Ted Galen. Collective Defense or Strateaic Independence?:AlteMative Strateoies for the Future. Lexington: Lexington, 1989.(UA 23 C595 1989)

Cimbala, Stephen J. National Security Strategy- Choices and Limits.New York: Praeger, 1984.(UA 23 .N27 1984)

Collett, Merrill. Cocaine Connection: Drug Trafficking and Inter-American Relations. New York: Foreign Policy Association, 1989.(HV 5840 .L3 C651 1989)

DaCosta, Robert. Defense Thought 2001. Campbell, CA: DaCosta Yglesias,1983.(UA 11 .D43 1983)

Deger, Saadet, and S. Sen. Military Expenditure: The Political Economyof International Security. Washington: National Defense UP, 1990.(UA 17 .D44 1990)

Dillon, G. M. Defence Policy Making: A CoMelarative Analysis.Leicester, England: Leicester UP, 1988.(UA 11 .V4 1988)

Dillon, Sam. Comandos: The CIA and Nicaragua's Contra Rebels. NewYork: Holt, 1991.(F 1528 .V56 1)91)

Dinges, John. Our Man in Panama: How General Norieca Used the UnitedStates and Made Millions in Drugs and Arms. New York: Random, 1990.(F 1567 .N67 D56 1990)

Drake, Paul W., and Ivan Jaksic, eds. Struqgle for Democracy in Chile,1982-1990, Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, 1991.(F 3100 .886 1991)

English, Adrian J. Latin AMer a.. London: Jane's, 1988.(UA 602.3 .355 1988)

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