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the future, the reasons for their participation in foreign affairs, namely, the consolidation of democracy and the advancement of economic development, make it highly unlikely that either Venezuela or Colombia intends to retreat from the international scene.


NOTES
1
Fernando Cepeda Ulloa, "El Proceso de Paz en Colombia y la Polftica Internacional", Estudios Internacionales ( Chile) 71 ( July-September 1985):441.
2
"Visit of President Lusinchi of Venezuela", Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 20 ( December 10, 1984):1873.
3
Wolf Grabendorff, "The Role of Regional Powers in Central America: Mexico, Venezuela, Cuba, and Colombia", in Latin American Nations in World Politics, eds. Heraldo Mufioz and Joseph S. Tulchin ( Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1984), p. 84; Alberto van Klaveren, "The Analysis of Latin American Foreign Policies: Theoretical Perspectives", in Latin American Nations, eds. Mufioz and Tulchin, p. 6.
4
Demetrio Boersner, "Venezuelan Policies Toward Central America", in Political Change in Central America, ed. Wolf Grabendorff, Heinrich-W. Krumwiede, and Jorg Todt ( Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1984), p. 250.
5
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 20 ( December 10, 1984):1873.
6
Gerhard Drekonja-Kornat, "Colombia: Learning the Foreign Policy Process", Journal of Inter-American Studies and World Affairs 25 ( May 1985):229.
7
Grabendorff, "Role of Regional Powers in Central America", pp. 85-86. For a more general treatment of this subject, see K. J. Holsti, Why Nations Realign: Foreign Policy Restructuring in the Postwar World ( London: George Allen and Unwin, 1982).
8
Kenneth M. Coleman, "On Comparing Foreign Policies: Comments on van Klaveren", in Latin American Nations, eds. Mufioz and Tulchin, p. 22; Bruce E. Moon, "Consensus or Compliance? Foreign-Policy Change and External Dependence", International Organization 39 ( Spring 1985):311.
9
For a discussion of Venezuela's multiple foreign-policy identity, see Eva Josko de Gueron , "La Política Exterior: Continuidad y Cambio, Contradicción y Coherencia", in El Caso Venezuela: Una Ilusiín de Armonía, eds. Moisés Naim and Ramón Pinango ( Caracas: Ediciones IESA, 1984), p. 351.
10
John D. Martz, "Venezuelan Foreign Policy and the Role of Political Parties", in Latin American Nations, eds. Mufioz and Tulchin, p. 135.
11
Donald L. Herman, "Ideology, Economic Power, and Regional Imperialism: The Determinants of Foreign Policy under Venezuela's Christian Democrats", Caribbean Studies 18 ( April-July 1978):60-69.
12
Charles D. Ameringer, "The Foreign Policy of Venezuelan Democracy", in Venezuela: The Democratic Experience, eds. John D. Martz and David J. Myers ( New York: Praeger, 1977), pp. 348-49; Herman, "Ideology, Economic Power, and Regional Imperialism", p. 78; Martz, "Venezuelan Foreign Policy", pp. 135-36.
13
Winfield J. Burggraaff, "Oil and Caribbean Influence: The Role of Venezuela", in The Restless Caribbean : Changing Patterns of International Relations, eds. Richard Millett and W. Marvin Hill ( New York: Praeger, 1979), pp. 195-98.
14
Boersner, "Venezuelan Policies Toward Central America", p. 251.

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