Volume 3, Number 2, Summer-Fall 1983

Table of Contents

From: SAIS Review

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Articles

Revolution, Reform, and Reconciliation in Central America

pp. 1-10
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U.S. Central American Policy: The Worst-Alternative Syndrome

pp. 11-26
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Latin American Debt: What Kind of Crisis?

pp. 27-39
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The Rise and Fall of the Chicago Boys in Chile

pp. 41-58
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The Return of Democracy?: Brazil and the Southern Cone

pp. 59-70
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South Korea in Crisis: Danger or Opportunity?

pp. 71-86
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The Democratic Alternative

pp. 87-117
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The New Quebec Challenge to North American Diplomacy

pp. 119-131
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The End of a Liberal Era?

pp. 133-142
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The International Petroleum Economy: A Rebirth of Liberalism?

pp. 143-153
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Markets and Nonmarkets: A Structuralist View of Western Trade Conflicts

pp. 155-169
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The Credit Crisis: A European View

pp. 171-181
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Private Banking and International Debt

pp. 183-201
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East-West Debt and the Trade Debate Reconsidered

pp. 203-218
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The Destabilization of Southern Africa: A Two-Way Street

pp. 219-225
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Book Reviews

El Salvador in Transition, and: Salvador, and: Revolution in El Salvador (review)

pp. 227-230
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Changing Realities in Southern Africa: Implications for American Policy, and: U.S. Economic Power and Political Influence in Namibia, 1700-1982, and: Namibia: Political and Economic Prospects, and: To Be Born a Nation: The Liberation Struggle for Namibia (review)

pp. 230-234
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Money on the Move: The Modern International Capital Market, and: The Money Lenders: Bankers and the World in Turmoil (review)

pp. 234-237
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Correspondence

pp. 239-242
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