Mexico


March 2002
Compiled by Ron Fuller, Bibliographer
Air University Library
Maxwell AFB, AL


CONTENTS

Mexico--Airline Industry
Mexico--Chiapas

Mexico--Economic Aspects
Mexico--Foreign Relations--United States

 


Mexico--Airline Industry


Periodicals

Mena, Roberto. Holding on. Flight International 156:32-33 July 14-20, 1999.
Mexico's aviation industry is battling regulations as well as competitors.


Mexico--Chiapas


 Books

The Geopolitics Reader, edited by Gearoid O Tuathail and others. New York, Routledge, 1998. 327 p.
Chiapas: The Southeast in Two Winds, a Storm and a Prophecy, by Subcommandante Marcos, pp 294-298.
Book call no.: 320.12 G3451

The Zapatista Social Netwar in Mexico, by Ronfeldt, David and others. Santa Monica, CA, Rand, 1998. 168 p.
Prepared for the United States Army by Rand's Arroyo Center.
Book call no.: 972.750836 Z35

Womack, John Jr. Rebellion in Chiapas. New York, The New Press, 1999. 372 p.
Book call no.: 972.08 R291

 Documents

Nunez, Joseph R. A New United States Strategy for Mexico. Carlisle Barracks, PA, Army War College, April 1999. 40 p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 39080-537 N972n

Periodicals

Appel, Kerry. Radicalism and Indigenous Struggles: An Interview with Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos. New Politics 7:115-126 Summer 1999.

Collier, George A. Zapatismo Resurgent: Land and Autonomy in Chiapas. NACLA Report on the Americas 33:20-23 March/April 2000.

Duran de Huerta. An Interview with Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos, Spokesperson and Military Commander of the Zapatista National Liberation Army (EZLN). International Affairs 75:269-279 April 1999.
Translated, edited and introduced by Nicolas Higgins.

Hernandez Navarro, Luis. Mexico's Secret War. NACLA Report on the Americas 32:6-10 May/June 1999.


Mexico--Economic Aspects


Books

OECD Economic Surveys, 1998-1999: Mexico. Paris, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, 1999. 1 vol.
Book call no.: 330.972 O68 1998/99

Periodicals

Contested Terrain: The U.S.-Mexico Borderlands. NACLA Report on the Americas 33:13-45 November-December 1999.
Seven articles on the economic and social problems along the U.S.-Mexican border.

Curbing Money-Laundering is Not Easy. Latin American Weekly Report, p. 448, September 25, 2001.
Inspection of selected Mexican banks reveals faulty records procedures.

Hira, Anil. Latin America at Century's End: What next? Third World Quarterly 22:457-462 2001.
Feature review of: International Security & Democracy: Latin America and the Caribbean in the Post -Cold War Era and The Post-NAFTA Political Economy: Mexico and the Western Hemisphere.

Larre, Benedicte. Mexico: Looking Forward with Caution. OECD Observer, pp 14-16, Summer 1999.

Mexico in the 1990s: Economic Crisis, Social Polarization, and Class Struggle. Latin American Perspectives 28:5-147 July 2001.
Part 2: Six articles that examine "the ways in which Mexicans from diverse walks of life are responding to the country's ongoing crises."

Morris, Stephen D. and Passe-Smith, John. What a Difference a Crisis Makes: NAFTA, Mexico, and the United States. Latin American Perspectives 28:124-149 May 2001.
Effect of the Mexican economic crisis of 1994-95 on U.S.-Mexican relations.

Shadlen, Kenneth C. Neoliberalism, Corporatism, and Small Business Political Activism in Contemporary Mexico. Latin American Research Review 35, no. 2:73-106 2000.
How business organizations adopted strategies to counter sweeping economic and political change

Wiarda, Howard J. Beyond the Pale: The Bureaucratic Politics of United States Policy in Mexico. World Affairs 162:174-192 Spring 2000.
Examines the "interdependence" of the US and Mexico with regard to US policies on drugs and military cooperation.


Mexico--Foreign Relations--United States 


Books

Aguayo, Sergio. Myths and [Mis] Perceptions: Changing U.S. Elite Visions of Mexico. San Diego, CA, University of California. Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies, 1998. 423 p. (U.S.-Mexico contemporary perspectives series; 10)
Book call no.: 327.73072 A282m

Documents

Nunez, Joseph R. A New United States Strategy for Mexico. Carlisle Barracks, PA, Army War College, April 1999. 40 p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 39080-537 N972n

Ramirez, John E. The New Front Line: Militarization of the U.S.-Mexico Border. Carlisle Barracks, PA, Army War College, April 1999. 36 p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 39080-537 R173n

Periodicals

 

Contested Terrain: The U.S.-Mexico Borderlands. NACLA Report on the Americas 33:13-45 November-December 1999.
Seven articles on the economic and social problems along the U.S.-Mexican border.

Kirschten, Dick. Immigrants Without Immigration. National Journal 33:430-431 February 10, 2001.
Proposed guest-worker program

Moore, Molly. Mexico Sends 'Junk' Choppers Back to U.S. Current News: Early Bird, p 15, October 6, 1999.
Reprinted from the Washington Post, October 6, 1999, p 24.

Shifter, Michael. United States-Latin American Relations: Preparing for the Handover. Current History 100:51-57 February 2001.
Mexico's agenda to change the nature of U.S. relations with Latin America.

Turbiville, Graham H., Jr. US-Mexican Border Security: Civil-Military Cooperation. Military Review 79:29-39 July-August 1999.

Vila, Pablo. Constructing Social Identities in Transnational Contexts: The Case of the Mexico-US Border. International Social Science Journal 51:75-87 March 1999.

Wiarda, Howard J. Beyond the Pale: The Bureaucratic Politics of United States Policy in Mexico. World Affairs 162:174-192 Spring 2000.
Examines the "interdependence" of the US and Mexico with regard to US policies on drugs and military cooperation.


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