Product DescriptionThis general work safety in the English Caribbean, offers a wealth of information about history, politics, economics and geography of the region. The author examines the problems of security in the region as a geopolitical unit, not on a selective case study, as usual. We evaluate the security of the Caribbean within a theoretical framework in four key factors are: perceptions of political elites, state capacities, the geopolitics of the area, and the ideological orientations of parties in power. Political and economic issues are considered relevant to security and military factors. The author identifies the countries that the safeguards in the region can take. . . More>>

The Quest for Security in the Caribbean: Problems and Promises in Subordinate States

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