The Post-Vietnam Formula under Siege: The Imperial Presidency and Central America
Kenneth E. Sharpe examines the impact of the Reagan administration's foreign policy on the post-Vietnam reforms meant to restore a balance between the President and Congress in foreign policy making.
Condemned to Repetition: The United States and Nicaragua, Robert A. Pastor Reviewed by Kenneth E. Sharpe
The Politics of Oil in Venezuela, Franklin Tugwell Reviewed by Kenneth E. Sharpe
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North Korea and the West
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