Foreign Policy Theory in Menem's Argentina

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CHAPTER 1
1.
See J. S. Tulchin, Argentina-United States: A Conflicted Relationship ( Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1990).
2.
See C. Diaz-Alejandro, Essays on the Economic History of the Argentine Republic ( New Haven: Yale University Press, 1966).
3.
See C. Escudé, "Education, Political Culture and Foreign Policy: The Case of Argentina", Duke-UNC Working Paper Series on Latin America, Durham, N.C., Nov. 1992; La "Riconquista" Argentina: Scuola e Nazionalismo ( Fiesole, Italy: Edizioni Cultura della Pace, 1992); and El Fracaso del Proyecto Argentino: Educación e Ideología ( Buenos Aires: Ed. Tesis/Instituto Torcuato Di Tella, 1990).
4.
R. Rosecrance, The Rise of the Trading State: Commerce and Conquest in the Modern World ( New York: Basic Books, 1986).
5.
See C. Escudé, The Argentine Eclipse: The International Factor in Argentina's Post-World War II Decline ( Ph.D. diss., Yale University, 1981); "Argentina: The Costs of Contradiction", in Abraham F. Lowenthal, ed., Exporting Democracy: The United States and Latin America ( Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1991); "U.S. Political Destabilisation and Economic Boycott of Argentina during the 1940s"," in G. Di Tella and D. Cameron Watt, eds., Argentina Between the Great Powers 1939-1946 ( London: Macmillan, 1989); and Gran Bretaña, Estados Unidos y la Declinación Argentina, 1942-1949 ( Buenos Aires: Ed. de Belgrano 1983). See also chap. 6, "World War II and U.S. Persecution of Argentina", in Tulchin, Conflicted Relationship.
6.
See, for example, R. Bouzas and R. Russell, eds., Estados Unidos y la Transición Argentina ( Buenos Aires: Ed. Legasa, 1989). See also C. Escudé, "Política Exterior Argentina: Una Sobredosis Crónica de Confrontaciones", in E. Garzón Valdés, M. and A. Spita Mols , eds., La Nueva Democracia Argentina ( Buenos Aires: Sudamericana 1988); La Argentina vs. las Grandes Potencias: el Precio del Desafío ( Buenos Aires: Ed. de Belgrano 1986); and La Argentina, ¿Paria Internacional? ( Buenos Aires: Ed. de Belgrano 1984). See also these issues of the newsletter America Latina/Internacional, published by FLACSO, Buenos Aires: 8, no. 27 (January-March 1991) and no. 29 (July-September 1991).
7.
The latest contribution to this debate, including papers by most of its protagonists, is R. Russell, ed., La Política Exterior Argentina en el Nuevo Orden Mundial ( Buenos Aires: GEL 1992).

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