Very good. No dust jacket as issued. very minor edge wear and shelfwear. x, 214 p. : maps; 23 cm. Includes Maps, bibliographies and index.. Papers presented at three meetings, held in the spring of 1984, sponsored by the Center for Strategic and International Studies and the National Defense University. From the Foreword: "During their wars for national independence, their internal struggles and revolutions, Latin American countries have survived many forms of insurgent violence. The nature of modern insurgencies in Central and South America and the Caribbean, however, seems to distinguish them from earlier Latin American conflicts. Whereas previous struggles were contests to decide who would govern, recent insurgencies are more ideological, seeking to change the form of government itself. This trend, coupled with involvement of powers outside the region-such as the Soviet Union, Libya, and the Palestine Liberation Organization-make Latin American insurgencies a subject of growing concern.
Fine. x, 214 p. : maps; 23 cm. Includes Maps. Papers presented at three meetings, held in the spring of 1984, sponsored by the Center for Strategic and International Studies and the National Defense University. Includes bibliographies and index. Addresses Cuba, Nicaragua, Peru, and Guatemala.
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