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Regionalism and the State NAFTA and Foreign Policy Convergence

Empirically rich with highly detailed case studies on the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), this comprehensive volume studies the relationship between regionalism and state behavior
eBook, English, 2017
Taylor and Francis, Milton, 2017
1 Online-Ressource (195 Seiten)
9781351150439, 9780815391418, 135115043X, 0815391412
Contents: Introduction, Gordon Mace; Convergence or divergence? NAFTA and state preferences towards the FTAA, Gordon Mace and Louis B nger; Diverging preferences: the impact of NAFTA on the member states' trade policies, Louis B nger; Security policies in the NAFTA environment, Nelson Michaud; The missing link? Economic liberalization and sthe strengthening of territorial security in the wake of NAFTA, St ane Roussel, Michel Fortmann and Martin Duplantis; Democracy and human rights in the Western hemisphere: North American perspectives, Jean-Philippe Th en; Sleeping with the enemy? NAFTA partners and antidrug cooperation in the Americas, Guillermo R. Aureano; The intriguing Cuban case, Hugo Loiseau; Conclusion, Gordon Mace; Bibliography; Index.