Panama

  • Auteur: Tracy Robinson
  • ISBN:
  • Date de sortie: 1907
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Panama

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  • Date de sortie: 1995
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Panama

  • Auteur: Thomas McGuane
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  • Date de sortie: 1995
  • Collection: Vintage
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Chet Pomeroy, a one-time celebrity for whom fame is now a memory, returns home to Key West and attempts to regain the affections of his former lover

Panama

  • Auteur: Susan M. Hassig
  • ISBN: 9780761420286
  • Date de sortie: 2007
  • Collection: Marshall Cavendish
  • Total Download: 6513
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"Provides comprehesive information on the geography, history, wildlife, governmental structure, economy, cultural diversity, peoples, religion, and culture of Panama"--Provided by publisher.

The Invasion of Panama and International Law

  • Auteur: John Quigley
  • ISBN: 9783900704094
  • Date de sortie: 1990
  • Collection: International Progress Organization
  • Total Download: 6443
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Panama and the United States

  • Auteur: Michael L. Conniff
  • ISBN: 9780820323480
  • Date de sortie: 2001-11-01
  • Collection: University of Georgia Press
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The second edition of Panama and the United States examines how relations between Panama and the United States have always pivoted on the issue of transportation across the country's narrow isthmus and delves into the future of those relations now that Panama controls the canal. Historically, Panamanians aspired to have their country become a crossroads of the world, while Americans sought to tame a vast territory and protect their trade and influence around the globe. The building of the Panama Canal (1904-1914) locked the two countries in their parallel quests but failed to satisfy either fully. Michael L. Conniff explores the implications of Panama's newly acquired opportunities and how events since the 1989 U.S. invasion have provided a rich environment for the emergence of new parties, a new generation of politicians, and more democratic business procedures. Panama is now able to re-create its own nationhood relatively free from outside pressures. Drawing on a wide array of sources updated for this edition, Conniff considers the full range of factors--political, social, strategic, diplomatic, economic, intellectual--that have bound the two countries together. He conveys the viewpoints of leaders in each country but also follows the shifting currents of public opinion. As he shows, the many layers of decision making, opinion, communication, and administration that affected the construction, operation, and turning over of the canal have made relations slow and sometimes impenetrable.

The U S Invasion of Panama

  • Auteur: Independent Commission of Inquiry on the U.S. Invasion of Panama
  • ISBN: 9780896084070
  • Date de sortie: 1991-01
  • Collection: South End Press
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This book counters the media blitz that portrayed the invasion of Panama--dubbed "Operation Just cause" by the Pentagon--as a restoration of democracy and a war against drugs. It details the horrors of the invasion as experienced by the civilian population and documents the "operation's" criminal character, thus providing the truth behind the U.S. invasion of Panama.
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