Latin America and the Caribbean in the International System

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INDEX
AACC. See Anglo-American Caribbean Commission
ACAT. See Continental Association of American Workers
Acheson, Dean, 156
Adams-Onís Treaty ( 1821), 149
Additional Protocol Relative to Non- Intervention, 226
Additional Protocol to the General Convention of Inter-American Conciliation, ( 1929), 228
AFL-CIO. See American Federation of Labor- Congress of Industrial Organizations
African slave trade, 401
AIFLD. See American Institute for Free Labor Development
Alfonsín, Raúl, 392
Algeria, 221
Allende, Salvador, 69, 92, 124, 160, 161, 308, 329
Alliance for Progress, 48, 66, 67, 157-158, 159, 160, 179, 180, 223, 225, 236-237, 266, 300, 352-353, 354, 364, 378, 388-389
ALN. See National Liberation Action
Altamira, Rafael, 414
Alvarez, Alejandro, 224
Amazon Cooperation Treaty ( 1978), (Amazon Pact), 38, 87, 193
American Committee on Public Information (Creel Committee), 416
American Congress ( 1847-1848), 177
American Convention on Human Rights ( 1969) (Pact of San José), 218, 234, 380
American Declaration on the Rights and Duties of Man ( 1948), 225
American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO), 279, 299, 300-301
American Institute for Free Labor Development (AIFLD), 300
Americanismo, 90, 175-176
American Treaty of Pacific Settlement ( 1948), 225
Anaconda, 286
ANCOM. See Andean Common Market Ancón Treaty ( 1883), 322
Andean Common Market, (ANCOM), Andean Group (AG), 120, 179, 180, 189-191
Andean Pact (Agreement of Cartagena), 38
Andean Strategy, Andean Trade Initiative, Andean Trade Preference Act, 365, 413
Anglo-American Caribbean Commission (AACC), 184
Anglo-Argentine War (1982), 52, 91, 118-119, 247, 336, 339, 392
Angola, 221
Anguilla, 31
Antarctic Treaty ( 1959), Antarctica, 255, 257-258, 260
Antigua-Barbuda, 30, 105, 185, 186, 187
Anti-War Treaty of Non-Aggression and Conciliation ( 1933), 228
Arbenz Guzmán, Jacobo, 104, 156, 328
Arévalo, Juan, 328
Argentina, 30, 31, 32, 37, 38, 51, 66, 84, 96, 110, 326, 335, 339, 367
Antarctica and, 257
arms control, 254, 256, 257
Brazil and, 44, 45-46, 52, 320-323,
Britain and, 52, 109, 110, 112, 115, 118, 321, 322-323, 331-333, 355, 356

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