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The Global Crisis in Foreign Aid, edited by Richard Grant and Jan
Nijman. Syracuse, NY, Syracuse University Press, 1998. 224 p. (Space, place, and society)
The Role of Foreign Aid in Bolivian Adjustment Reforms, by Marcelo Mendez Ferry, pp 169-172.
Book call no.: 338.91 G562
Carter, Tom. Colombian Guerrillas Alarm Bolivia. Current News: Early Bird, p 5, November 5, 1999.
Reprinted from the Washington Times, November 5, 1999, p 1.
Krigsman, Henry Axel, Jr. Che's Bolivian Expedition: A Case of Revolutionary Failure. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 6:53-76 Summer 1997.
Sanabria, Harry. Resistance and the Arts of Domination: Miners and the Bolivian State. Latin America Perspectives 27:56-81 January 2000.
The theme of this issue is "The Working Class, Democracy, and Justice".
Widening Destruction: Drug War in the Americas. NACLA 35:12-51
Eleven articles on the drug war throughout the Americas.
Zulawski, Ann. Hygiene and "The Indian Problem": Ethnicity and Medicine in Bolivia, 1910-1920. Latin American Research Report 35, no. 2:107-129 2000.
Issues and approaches for integrating the native population from a medical perspective
Helfand, Steven M. The Political Economy of Agricultural Policy in Brazil: Decision Making and Influence from 1964 to 1992. Latin American Research Review no.2:3-41 1999.
Embraer Spreads Its Portfolio. Aircraft & Aerospace 79:20-21 July 1999.
The privatization of the Brazilian manufacturer in December 1994 and subsequent restructure has enabled it to consolidate and widen its production base.
Homewood, Brian. Sting in the Tail. Flight International 155:35-37 April 20, 1999.
After years of economic woes, at least one of Brazil's airlines could disappear by the end of 1999. The long term prospects look brighter for the survivors.
Mann, Paul. Brazil Shelters Strategic Amazon. Aviation Week & Space Technology, 25-26, 150: June 7, 1999.
Nicholls, Mark. Embraer's New Stars. Air Forces Monthly, pp 48-49, July 1999.
Reports on the roll-out of two new Embraer military aircraft, the EMB-145SA and the ALX.
Romero, Simon. French to Buy Brazilian Aircraft Stake. Current News: Early Bird, pp 22-23, October 26, 1999.
Reprinted from the New York Times, October 26, 1999.
Argentina and Brazil Announce 'Pact' to Coordinate Fiscal Restraint Regimes. Latin American Weekly Report, p 253, June 8, 1999.
Brazil's Unsteady Recovery. Economist 352:26-27 August 28, 1999.
President Cardoso hopes that an improving economy will restore his popularity so he can push through more economic reforms.
Cardoso's Reform Puzzle. Economist 352:33-34 July 24, 1999.
Brazil's devaluation hurt its president more than its economy.
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."
de Onis, Juan. Brazil's New Capitalism. Foreign Affairs 79:107-119 May/June 2000.
Flynn, Peter. Brazil : The Politics of Crisis. Third World Quarterly 20:287-317 1999.
Politics as the root cause of economic crisis in Brazil during the last months of 1998.
Harbury, Jennifer. World Bank Takes Aim at Brazil's Landless Movement. NACLA Report on the Americas 33:4+ September/October 1999.
Machado, Lia Osorio. Money Laundering & Drug Trafficking in the Amazon Basin. Dialogo 10:19-22 July-September 2000.
Maxwell, Kenneth. Brazil in Meltdown. World Policy Journal 16:25-33 Spring 1999.
A description of Brazil's financial crisis.
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