Weakened public institutions, military reform, and public opinion in the face of rapid change have opened the door for corruption, inequitable distribution of burdens, and political instability in South America. Countries in the region are facing painful and sometimes dangerous reform.
Washington, DC: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1992
In this report, twenty-one leading Americans urge a new foreign policy for the nation. They argue that in a radically transformed world the United States requires fresh vision abroad and tough choices at home. They appeal for a national debate leading to decisive action by the leaders of the country.
Morton Halperin, David Scheffer, Patricia Small, Scheffer David J.
Small, Patricia L.
January 01, 1992
Experts examine the dynamic self-determination movements that are erupting across the globe, analyze U.S. policy toward them, and propose criteria for decision makers who are weighing whether to support groups seeking self-determination.