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Author Noriega, Roger F., author

Title An action plan for US policy in the Americas / by Roger F. Noriega and José R. Cárdenas
Published Washington, DC : American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 2012
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Description 1 online resource (9 pages)
Series Latin American outlook ; No. 1
Latin American outlook ; No. 1
Summary As US policymakers struggle to overcome sluggish economic growth while confronting abiding security threats, there is a stronger argument than ever for fortifying US partnerships with countries in the Americas whose economies and security are intertwined with America's own economy and security. While the United States has been preoccupied with other regions, most Latin American nations have continued to modernize their market economies; two nations in particular, Brazil and Mexico, are emerging as global players. Therefore, the time is right to restore a strong bipartisan consensus in the United States that promotes a constructive, free-market growth agenda in the Americas. Practical initiatives, not rhetoric, will encourage America and its neighbors to find common ground for their collective benefit
Notes "December 2012."
Online resource; title from caption (AIE, viewed Nov. 30, 2013)
Subject Diplomatic relations.
SUBJECT Latin America -- Foreign relations -- United States
United States -- Foreign relations -- Latin America
Subject Latin America.
United States.
Form Electronic book
Author Cárdenas, José R., author
American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, issuing body
Other Titles Action plan for U.S. policy in the Americas
Action plan for United States policy in the Americas