Peru and the United States, 1960-1975: How Their Ambassadors Managed Foreign Relations in a Turbulent Era

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The period of 1960 to 1975 was a time when the United States paid more than the usual amount of attention to relations with Latin America, contending with Fidel Castro's efforts to export the revolution and with Salvador Allende's efforts to establish a socialist government in Chile, for example. During this turbulent era, U.S. relations with Peru were fraught with tensions and difficulties, too: the Kennedy administration wrestled with the question of how to deal with the military regime that took over by coup in 1962, the ...

Peru and the United States, 1960-1975: How Their Ambassadors Managed Foreign Relations in a Turbulent Era 2010, Penn State University Press, University Park, PA

ISBN-13: 9780271036311

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Peru and the United States, 1960-1975: How Their Ambassadors Managed Foreign Relations in a Turbulent Era 2010, Pennsylvania State University Press, Pennsylvania

ISBN-13: 9780271036328

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