Security in the Caribbean Basin: The Challenge of Regional Cooperation

By Joseph S. Tulchin; Ralph H. Espach | Go to book overview

Preface

This volume is the fruit of several years of reflection and debate among students and practitioners of international security concerns in the Caribbean Basin. The chapters were presented originally at two international workshops, one held in Barbados in the fall of 1996, the other in the Dominican Republic in the fall of 1997. These workshops were organized by Peace and Security in the Americas (PSA), a project jointly coordinated by the Latin American Program of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and the Facultad Latinoaméricana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO) in Santiago, Chile. PSA includes a series of events and publications that explore the impact of recent global and regional developments on the security agendas of nations of the hemisphere. The project strives to promote mutual confidence, transparency, and cooperative initiatives in regional security, and to enhance discussions of national security by including relevant actors outside of the armed forces, including congressional and executive leaders, the media, local scholars, and civil society groups. The workshops in Barbados and the Dominican Republic were hosted, respectively, by the Eastern Caribbean Regional Security System (RSS) and the FLACSO office in the Dominican Republic.

The chapters collected in this volume examine the Caribbean regional security agenda from a set of multinational and multidisciplinary perspectives. They are the work of regional experts, military officials, and policymakers from the United States and across the Caribbean, each called upon to address a particular issue or to present an institutional viewpoint. Together, the contributions of this team of scholars demonstrate the range of complex challenges and opportunities to be addressed through cooperative security initiatives, and they suggest a variety of available policies that promote cooperation while

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