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James Siekmeier has produced a model of scholarship in this concise analysis of . relations with Bolivia from the Revolution of 1952 to the present

James Siekmeier has produced a model of scholarship in this concise analysis of . relations with Bolivia from the Revolution of 1952 to the present. The United States deployed economic and military aid to contain the Bolivian Revolution, even as Bolivian officials skillfully channeled the aid for their own purposes

Bolivia represented the first of these experiments, and its process and outcome have much to tell us about the limits of .

Bolivia represented the first of these experiments, and its process and outcome have much to tell us about the limits of . Bolivia proved capable not only of achieving compromises in reaction to . initiatives but also of influencing . policy through its own actions. Unlike most other studies of the Revolution, this book follows the story through the early 1970s and traces the shifting relationships between the two countries over a longer span of time.

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The Bolivian Revolution and the United States, 1952 to the Present recounts how Bolivia, after its Revolution of 1952, interacted with the United States. In the wake of its victory in the Second World War, the United States had started to undertake ambitious nation-building projects in the Third World using the tool of economic aid, as it had successfully done with the Marshall Plan for Western Europe.

The Bolivian Revolution and the United States, 1952 to the Present BY JAMES F. Contesting Trade in Central America: Market Reform and Resistance BY ROSE J. SPALDING. In international negotiations with seemingly much stronger states, astute developing countries can sometimes successfully defend their national interests and even win major victories.

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The Bolivian Revolution and the United States, 1952 to the Present. By James F. In contrast to the stories that Bernal and Siekmeier tell, Spalding’s book describes the negotiations for the free-trade agreement among the United States, five Central American countries, and the Dominican Republic (CAFTA-DR, signed in 2004) as a more traditional case in which a stronger party imposed its conditions on weaker ones. Nevertheless, Spalding recognizes that the Central American negotiating team scored a number of points, despite suffering from internal divisions and from the absence of a strong, unified secretariat.

The Bolivian Revolution and the United States, 1952 to the Present recounts how Bolivia, after its Revolution of 1952, interacted with the United States

The Bolivian Revolution and the United States, 1952 to the Present recounts how Bolivia, after its Revolution of 1952, interacted with the United States.

This is a story of David vs. Goliath in international relations. The Bolivian Revolution and the United States, 1952 to the Present recounts how Bolivia, after its Revolution of 1952, interacted with the United States. In the wake of its victory in the Second World War, the United States had started to undertake ambitious nation-building projects in the Third World using the tool of economic aid, as it had successfully done with the Marshall Plan for Western Europe. Bolivia represented the first of these experiments, and its process and outcome have much to tell us about the limits of U.S. power. Bolivia proved capable not only of achieving compromises in reaction to U.S. initiatives but also of influencing U.S. policy through its own actions. Unlike most other studies of the Revolution, this book follows the story through the early 1970s and traces the shifting relationships between the two countries over a longer span of time. Anyone who wants to understand the significance of the election of Evo Morales in 2006, which represented a return to the original revolutionary spirit of 1952, and the nature of Bolivian-U.S. relations today will find this book to be essential reading.

The Bolivian Revolution and the United States, 1952 to the Present epub download

ISBN13: 978-0271037790

ISBN: 0271037792

Author: James F. Siekmeier

Category: History

Subcategory: Americas

Language: English

Publisher: Penn State University Press; 1 edition (January 12, 2011)

Pages: 224 pages

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