In from the cold : Latin America's new encounter with the Cold War

  title={In from the cold : Latin America's new encounter with the Cold War},
  author={Gilbert M. Joseph and Daniela Spenser and Emily S. Rosenberg},
Over the last decade, studies of the Cold War have mushroomed globally. Unfortunately, work on Latin America has not been well represented in either theoretical or empirical discussions of the broader conflict. With some notable exceptions, studies have proceeded in rather conventional channels, focusing on U.S. policy objectives and high-profile leaders (Fidel Castro) and events (the Cuban Missile Crisis) and drawing largely on U.S. government sources. Moreover, only rarely have U.S. foreign… 
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