Strategy and Security in the Caribbean

Strategy and Security in the Caribbean

Strategy and Security in the Caribbean

Strategy and Security in the Caribbean

Synopsis

This contribution to the debate on security in the Caribbean highlights the security problems of small states. The authors draw from realist theory, conflict theory, and political economy analyses to examine the indigenous, regional and extra-regional dynamics shaping the Caribbean security environment. Four case studies are presented: Barbados, Guyana, the Virgin Islands, and the Belize-Guatemala territorial dispute. This work is valuable to scholars and policy analysts of military/security issues, the Caribbean/Latin America, and Third World development.
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