South America


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

CONTENTS

Argentina--Human Rights
Argentina--Politics and Government
Argentina--Security and Defense
Argentina--Trade Relations


ARGENTINA--HUMAN RIGHTS


  PERIODICALS

Carlson, Eric Stener. Giving the Devil His Due: Transforming the Human Rights/National Security Dialogue in Argentina. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 7:1-26 Winter 1998.


ARGENTINA POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT 


PERIODICALS

Levitsky, Steven. The "Normalization" of Argentine Politics. Journal of Democracy 11:56-69 April 2000.
Election of Fernando de la Rua, described as routine and not characteristic of politics of the past.

Llanos, Mariana. Understanding Presidential Power in Argentina: A Study of Privatization in the 1990s. Journal of Latin American Studies 33:67-99 February 2001.
Looks at the ability of Argentine presidents to enact policy reforms.

Tensions as Pinochet Ruling Approaches. Latin American Weekly Report, p 234, May 23, 2000.
"Posturing by the right and the military."


ARGENTINA--SECURITY AND DEFENSE


BOOKS

O'Reilly, Kevin Michael. Defense Planning and Southern Cone Economic and Political Reform: Chilean and Argentine Air Force Acquisition Policies. U.S. Air Force Academy, CO, USAF Institute for National Security Studies, 1997. 89 p.
Book call no.: 355.03358 O667d

 DOCUMENTS

Anderson, John M. Civil-Military Relations and Concordance Theory: A Case Study of Argentina. Monterey, CA, Naval Postgraduate School, December 1998. 81 p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42525 A5471c

Hayes, Margaret Daly. By Example: The Impact of Recent Argentine Naval Activities on Southern Cone Naval Strategies. Alexandria, VA, Center for Naval Analyses, February 1995. 67 p. (CRM 94-111)
Doc. call no.: M-U 31914-40 no.94-111.10

PERIODICALS

Barletta, Michael. Democratic Security and Diversionary Peace: Nuclear Confidence-Building in Argentina and Brazil. National Security Studies Quarterly 5:19-38 Summer 1999.

Carlson, Eric Stener. Giving the Devil His Due: Transforming the Human Rights/National Security Dialogue in Argentina. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 7:1-26 Winter 1998.

Montenegro, Ruben Mario. Interview (with) Brig Gen Ruben Mario Montenegro, Chief of the Argentine Air Force. Jane's Defence Weekly 31:98 June 9, 1999.Pion-Berlin, David. Will Soldiers Follow? Economic 

Integration and Regional Security in the Southern Cone.
Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs 42:43-69 Spring 2000.
Looks at the impact of economic changes on defense policies and explores the possibility for a regional defense plan.

Seyler, Lynn W. Cazadores: Argentina's Light Infantry Special Operations Force. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 7:27-34 Winter 1998.


ARGENTINA--TRADE RELATIONS 


PERIODICALS

Cason, Jeffrey. On the Road to Southern Cone Economic Integration. Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs 42:23-42 Spring 2000.
Examines "the historical roots of the integration process ...by analyzing conflict and cooperation between the two partners."

MERCOSUR's Malaise. Economist 351:31-32 April 24, 1999.
MERCOSUR will survive Brazil's devaluation and a regional recession, but unless the presidents of Argentina and Brazil give it a push, it will never achieve its bold ambitions.

Menen Climbdown Reprieves Mercosur, but There Are Still Big Disputes Pending. Latin American Weekly Report, pp 354-355, August 3, 1999.



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