A Twilight Struggle: American Power and Nicaragua, 1977-1990
A prominent architect of Latin American policy in the Reagan Administration presents a detailed history and analysis of the Nicaraguan Revolution and the American response to it, including the arming of the Contra rebels.
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International Ethics: Concepts, Theories, and Cases in Global Politics
Mark R. Amstutz
Limited preview - 2008