Perennial questions in inter-American relations emerged more sharply than ever after September 11: Would the United States turn its attention away from Latin America and consign the region to irrelevance? Would the United States … attempt to impose a broad strategic design, in accord with its global antiterrorist campaign? Or would the United States take advantage of this moment and engage more proactively and constructively with its Latin American partners in pursuit of a shared agenda?
Research Article| February 01 2002
A Shaken Agenda: Bush and Latin America
Current History (2002) 101 (652): 51–57.
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Michael Shifter; A Shaken Agenda: Bush and Latin America. Current History 1 February 2002; 101 (652): 51–57. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.2001.101.652.51
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