In the Shadow of the Giant: The Making of Mexico's Central America Policy, 1876-1930

In the Shadow of the Giant: The Making of Mexico's Central America Policy, 1876-1930

In the Shadow of the Giant: The Making of Mexico's Central America Policy, 1876-1930

In the Shadow of the Giant: The Making of Mexico's Central America Policy, 1876-1930

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An in-depth analysis of Mexico's foreign policy toward Central America, this book analyzes Mexico's initiatives in Central America during the Porfirian and Revolutionary periods, and pays particular attention to Mexico's persistent challenge to U.S. influence in Central America. As both instrument and object of political discourse, foreign policy helps a country's governing elite negotiate its share of power. Based on archival research in Europe, the United States, and Latin America, Buchenau's work contributes to the "new international history" that seeks to integrate the study of diplomacy into the mainstream of historical writing.
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