Mexico and the United States: Can They be Partners in the Pursuit of Stability in the Caribbean Basin?
ARMY WAR COLL CARLISLE BARRACKS PA
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The essay examines past and present Caribbean policies for both Mexico and the United States. It highlights strategic importance of the region to the United States. Threats to Caribbean stability are enumerated and described. Mexicos views regarding the Caribbean are shown to differ substantially from those of the United States. The author concludes that policy failures on both sides, Mexican and American, have contributed to current regional problems. Nevertheless, an opportunity for greater cooperation exists. Recommendations are wide ranging and controversial in light of current US policy. Author
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