Why the end of the Cold War doesn't matter: the US war of terror in Colombia

@inproceedings{Stokes2003WhyTE,
  title={Why the end of the Cold War doesn't matter: the US war of terror in Colombia},
  author={Doug Stokes},
  year={2003}
}
Orthodox narratives of US foreign policy have been employed as uncontested modes of historical interpretation with US post-Cold War foreign policy in the Third World characterised by discontinuity from its earlier Cold War objectives. Chomsky's work adopts an alternative revisionist historiography that views US post-Cold War foreign policy as characterised by continuity with its earlier Cold War objectives. This article examines the continuities of US post-Cold War policy in Colombia, and… CONTINUE READING