Item #394435 Mexico's External Relations in the 1990s / edited by Riordan Roett. Riordan Roett.

Mexico's External Relations in the 1990s / edited by Riordan Roett

1991, Advance Review Copy. Boulder : Lynne Rienner Publishers. Fine copy in the original decorated title-blocked cloth. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Item #394435
ISBN: 1555872387

Physical description; 279 pages. Notes; Includes bibliographical references and index. Contents; Frontmatter -- Contents -- Tables and Figures -- Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- PART I INTRODUCTION -- 1 Mexico's Strategic Alternatives in the Changing World System: Four Options, Four Ironies -- 2 Mexico and the World: Opportunities and Risks in the 1990s -- PART 2 NEW APPROACHES TO FOREIGN RELATIONS -- 3 North American Interdependence: Mexico's New Paradigm for the 1990s -- 4 Mexico's Definition and Use of "National Security": Toward a New Concept for the 1990s -- PART 3 REGIONAL ALTERNATIVES -- 5 Mexico's European Policy Agenda: Perspectives on the Past, Proposals for the Future -- 6. Mexico and the European Community: Toward a New Relationship? -- 7 Mexico and the Pacific Rim: Toward a Foreign and Domestic Policy Agenda -- 8 The Dynamics of Pacific Rim Industrialization: How Mexico Can Join the Asian Flock of "Flying Geese" -- 9 Mexico and Latin America: Prospects for a New Relationship -- 10 Mexico's Relations with Central America: Changing Priorities, Persisting Interest -- 11 Mexico in the New Era of the United Nations: Continuity and Change -- PART 4 THE PRIMACY OF RELATIONS WITH THE UNITED STATES -- 12 Forging a North American Economy: Issues for Mexico in the 1990s -- 13 Mexico and the United States: A New Convergence of Interests -- 14 Mexico and the "Hegemony" of the United States: Past, Present, and Future -- About the Contributors -- Index -- About the Book. Subjects; POLITICAL SCIENCE / World / Caribbean & Latin American. Mexico Foreign relations 1970-.

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