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Review: Foreign Policy in Argentina, Brazil, and Chile: The Burden of the Past, the Hope for the Future: Antarctica and South American Geopolitics: Frozen Lebensraum. by Jack Child
Reviewed Works: Antarctica and South American Geopolitics: Frozen Lebensraum. by Jack Child; Geopolitics of the Southern Cone and Antarctica. by Philip Kelly, Jack Child; Argentina between the Great Powers, 1939-46. by Guido di Tella, D. Cameron Watt; Unequal Giants: Diplomatic Relations between the United States and Brazil, 1889-1930. by Joseph Smith; Brazil and the Soviet Challenge, 1917-1947. by Stanley E. Hilton, Historia da Politica Exterior do Brasil., Amado Luiz Cervo, Clodoaldo Bueno; Great Power Relations in Argentina, Chile, and Antarctica. by Michael A. Morris; Averting a Latin American Nuclear Arms Race: New Prospects and Challenges for Argentininan-Brazilian Nuclear Cooperation. by Paul L. Leventhal, Sharon Tanzer
Review by: David R. Mares
Latin American Research Review
Vol. 29, No. 1 (1994), pp. 227-237
Published by: The Latin American Studies Association
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2503655
Page Count: 11
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