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School of the Americas
Summit of the Americas
Organization of America States (OAS)
Civil Society Scores at OAS Meeting. Central America Report 26:1-2 June 11, 1999.
The Organization of American States (OAS) ratifies broader participation of non-governmental organizations.
Cooper, Andrew F. and Legler, Thomas. The OAS Democratic Solidarity Paradigm: Questions of Collective and National Leadership. Latin American Politics and Society 43:103-126 Spring 2001.
The Organization of American States in Peru. Journal of Democracy 12:123-140 October 2001.
Includes two articles: "A Model for the Future?" and "Room for Improvement."
OAS Mission Delivers Reform Blueprint. Latin American Weekly Report, p 305, July 4, 2000.
OAS list of reforms for Peru.
OAS Decides to Help Fujimori 'Strengthen Democracy' in New Term. Latin American Weekly Report, p 253, June 6, 2000.
Backsliding on initial assessment of election irregularities.
Oppenheimer, Andres. Arms Control: Times to Act. Current News: Early Bird, pp 59-60, June11, 1999.
Reprinted from the Miami Herald, June 10, 1999.
Peruvian Congress and Fujimori Show Limits of Compliance with OAS Plan. Latin American Weekly Report, p 313, July 11, 2000.
Post election moves to meet OAS demands.
Presidential Warning May Herald Toughening of OAS Mission to Peru. Latin American Weekly Report p 277 June 20, 2000.
"Oblique warnings" to Fujimori on legitimacy of third term.
Rosenberg, Robin L. The OAS and the Summit of the Americas: Coexistence, or Integration of Forces for Multilateralism Latin America Politics and Society 43:79-101 Spring 2001.
School of the Americas
Bury This Relic. Current News: Early Bird, pp 75-76, May 24, 1999.
This editorial advises closing of the School of the Americas. Reprinted from the Los Angeles Times, May 21, 1999, p 16.
Caldera, Louis. No School for Scandal. Current News: Early Bird, pp 20-21, July 28, 1999.
Reprinted from the Washington Times, July 27, 1999.
Lancaster, John. House Kills Training for School of the Americas. Current News: Early Bird, p 21, August 2, 1999.
The Army facility is accused of fostering human rights abuses. Reprinted from the Washington Post, July 31, 1999, p 3.
Myers, Steven Lee. Army Changing Mission of a Training Academy. Current News: Early Bird, pp 11-12, November 18, 1999.
Reprinted from the New York Times, November 18,1999.
Myers, Steven Lee. Protesting War School for Foreigners. Current News: Early Bird, pp 11-12, November 22, 1999.
Reprinted from the New York Times, November 22, 1999.
Grimmett, Richard and Sullivan, Mark P. U.S. Army School of the Americas: Background and Congressional Concerns. Washington, Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service, April 1999. 9 p. (Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service. Report)
Doc. call no.: M-U 42953-1 no.97-726 F (1999 Apr 27)
Hall, John E. Defense Reform in Latin America and U.S. Policy. Carlisle Barracks, PA, April 1999. 37 p. (U.S. Army War College. Strategy research project)
Doc. call no.: M-U 39080-537 H1771d
Addicott, Jeffrey and Roberts, Guy. Building Democracies with Southern Command's Legal Engagement Strategy. Parameters 31:72-84 Spring 2001.
Davies, Frank. Southcom Chief Recommends Purchase of Dade Headquarters. Current News: Early Bird, pp 22-23, June 24, 1999.
Reprinted from the Miami Herald, June 23, 1999.
Kensinger, Philip R., Jr. U.S. Army South: Moving Out and Continuing the Mission. Army 49:199-202 October 1999.
McHugh, Jane. Army South Relocates to Puerto Rico. Army Times 59:22 June 7, 1999.
Pagan, June M. DSC Units Direct Historic Panama Drawdown. Translog, p 24, Summer 1999.
Tsimekles, Diane. Puerto Rico Welcomes Army's Return: U.S. Army South Opens Headquarters. Army Times 60:25 August 30, 1999.
US General Talks about Intervention. Latin American Weekly Report, pp 294-295, June 29, 1999.
Gen Wilhelm, US Southern Command, lays out the rationale for US intervention if the security of the Canal should be threatened.
Southern Cone--Security and Defense
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.
Doc. call no.: M-U 31914-40 no.94-111.10
Rosenberg, Robin L. The OAS and the Summit of the Americas: Coexistence, or Integration of Forces for
Latin America Politics and Society 43:79-101 Spring 2001.
MERCOSUR: Regional Integration, World Markets, edited by Riordan
Roett. Boulder, CO, Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1999. 139 p.
Book call no.: 337.18 M556
Carr, Barry. Globalization from Below: Labour Internationalism under NAFTA. International Social Science Journal 51:49-59 March 1999.
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."
Jelin, Elizabeth. Dialogues, Understandings and Misunderstandings: Social Movements in MERCOSUR. International Social Science Journal 51:37-48 March 1999.
Menen Climbdown Reprieves Mercosur, but There Are Still Big Disputes Pending. Latin American Weekly Report, pp 354-355, August 3, 1999.
Mercosur 'Monolithic', but Only Outwards. Latin American Weekly Report, p 581, December 14, 1999.
"Lame-duck summit only postpones key decisions."
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.
Thacker, Strom C. NAFTA Coalitions and the Political Viability of Neoliberalism in Mexico. Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs 41:57-89 Summer 1999.
Trade Arrangement Extended. Central America Report 26:7 August 27, 1999.
Five Central American countries continue negotiating with Chile.
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