Who Can Be Saved? Paperback

What Happens When the United States Gives a Small Country What it Wants

by Mark Falcoff;


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Who Can Be Saved?

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On the last day of 1999, the United States turns over full possession of the Panama Canal and adjacent lands to Panama - and ends nine decades of presence in the isthmus. The author analyzes Panama's complicated society and politics, reviews the treaties, and evaluates Panama's comanagement of the canal with the United States and the canal's continuing viability, including environmental and modernizing needs. But this book is about more than a particular problem or even the future of Panama. This is also a parable for other small countries. Every act of liberation carries a corresponding burden of responsibility. The author casts into sharp relief the challenges facing many former colonial and dependent countries as we enter the post - anti-imperialist age.

Who Can Be Saved? by Mark Falcoff was relased in March 1998. The ISBN for Who Can Be Saved? is 9780844740317.

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Page last updated 10th December 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
Publisher (March 1998)
Weight277g
Number of Pages125
Thickness13 mm
Height229 mm
Width152 mm
ISBN9780844740317
ISBN-100844740314
Product Code4465830
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