Since 1982, the Inter-American Dialogue has brought together a distinguished panel of concerned citizens from the United States, Canada, Latin America, and the Caribbean to review and make recommendations for action on hemispheric issues. The 1988 report, while it finds new impetus for peace in Central America, focuses on the problems which still threaten peace and stability throughout the Americas-Latin American trade debt; drug abuse; expanding populations, economic depression and political violence in Central America; and the continued threat of military intervention in the political affairs of young democracies. "The Americas in 1988" provides in-depth discussion of each of these issues and argues forcefully that cooperative rather than unilateral actions hold the key to addressing these monumental problems. Co-published with the Aspen Institute.
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Book Description University Press of America, Boston, 1988. Paperback. iv, 118p., numerous portrait photos with vitae, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. .provisions for "non-governmental channels of communications" amongst "concerned citizens." An errata slip informs that Henry Cisneros, then mayor of San Antonio, also participated. Bookseller Inventory # 204754