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Los articulos versan sobre los temas de mayor interes respecto al presente y al futuro de America Latina, abarcando un abanico de temas que van desde la demografia y los recursos naturales, hasta la violencia, el racismo y las nuevas tecnologias.

See all betterworldbooks has no other items for sale. Mexico’s roller-coaster journey toward prosperity by Andres Oppenheimer Book 5 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide Chronicles and examines the chaotic events that shaped Mexico politically, economically, and socially during the s, including guerrilla fighting, assassinations of political leaders, political corruption, and economic collapse.

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No additional import charges at delivery! How the Soviet pullout prompted Castro to implement his doomed survival plan–Opcion Cero, “zero option”–A program that would thrust Cuba back into the Middle Ages. Please enter a number less than oppenheier equal to 1. Sozo ka shi ka: The majority of pages are undamaged with minimal creasing or tearing, minimal pencil underlining of text, no highlighting of desunixos, no writing in margins.


This is a book enriched with telling and often amusing anecdotes, and is informed by more than interviews inside Cuba–featuring exclusive exchanges with Panamanian strongman Manuel Noriega and Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega, as well as Soviet officials, prominent Latin Americans, and top members of the Cuban Politburo. The Colombian elections: Please enter a valid ZIP Code. Asimismo, Oppenheimer aborda la relacion de Latinoamerica con Estados Unidos estadls la forma en la que las medidas adoptadas por Barack Obama pueden impactar nuestros paises.

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Reported from inside Cuba by Pulitzer Prize-winning Miami Herald correspondent Andres Oppenheimer in latinoamerca wake of the Soviet bloc’s collapse, this is a book whose extraordinary disclosures and engrossing detail tell a remarkable story.

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Learn More – opens in a new window or tab Returns: Based on secret polls from Mexico’s three largest political parties and in-depth interviews with intellectuals such as Nobel laureate Octavio Paz, Oppenheimer shows that Mexico is much more pro-American than generally believed, and suggests that the ruling elite has long used a warped version of Mexico’s nationalism to negotiate with Washington.

Subject to credit approval. It was the first sign of a rift in Castro’s ranks as glasnost and perestroika burst onto the world stage.

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