Democracy, Dependency, and Destabilization: The Shaking of Allende's Regime
Gil Merom critically discusses contemporary approaches to the study of sanction and destabilization policies, using Chile as a primary example. Drawing from the American efforts against Chile and Cuba, he concludes that success or failure depends not only on the distribution of economic power in the system to be destabilized but also on the domestic social structure, the control over ideas and institutions, and the leader's talents.
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CONTINUING ISSUES IN U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY POLICY
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