Charles D. Ameringer - Political Science - 1990 - 458 pages
Looks at the role of espionage in American history from the Revolution to the present, and discusses the issues that arise concerning the place of secrecy in a free society
Clifford Krauss - History - 1991 - 316 pages
Examines how the history and the failed U.S. policies of the past one hundred years have made Central America unsafe for democracy
Jürgen Buchenau - Political Science - 1996 - 287 pages
"Thorough study of the endogenous and external factors that have shaped Mexico's dealings with the Central American republics. Asserts that Mexico's policy has reflected both ...