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by Roberto Regalado

Author: Roberto Regalado
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Ocean Press (November 1, 2006)
Pages: 264 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.2
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Translation of: América Latina entre siglos : dominación, crisis, lucha social y alternativas políticas de la izquierda. Includes bibliographical references (p. -263).

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As tension between Latin America and the United States spills onto the world stage, Roberto Regalado provides an. .

As tension between Latin America and the United States spills onto the world stage, Roberto Regalado provides an incisive analysis of the issues underlying the conflict. With remarkable clarity and breadth, Regalado describes a resurgent Latin America struggling anew to break free from its history of domination and exploitation, explaining how the recent strengthening of popular movements-from the water struggles in Bolivia to the landless movement in Brazil-has led to the strategic and tactical redefinition of Left political parties and social movements, and.

This compact book by Roberto Regalado, a veteran . Toward Conquest of Political Power

This compact book by Roberto Regalado, a veteran member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba, strongly reaffirms the need for revolution in Latin America and beyond. Regalado, a section chief in the Cuban CP’s Department of International Relations, is anything but dogmatic. The second and longer part of Latin America at the Crossroads takes a close look at the region’s evolution during the last few decades. Toward Conquest of Political Power.

Domination, Crisis, Popular Movements, And Political Alternatives. Published March 30, 2007 by Ocean Press (AU).

The December 2005 election of Evo Morales as president of Bolivia had forced him to revise the last two chapters before publication. It is likely Regalado would now like the chance for another revision.

The Left and Revolution in Latin America Course Conclusions: The Future of Latin America and Latin American Studies. Supplemental Readings:, Elisabeth Jean Wood, Insurgent Collective Action and Civil War in El Salvador.

In: The Evolution and Significance of the Cuban Revolution. Critical Political Theory and Radical Practice. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

Latin America at the Crossroads: Domination, Crisis, Popular Movements, and Political Alternatives. New York: Ocean Press. Shannon, Thomas Richard. In: The Evolution and Significance of the Cuban Revolution.

“When denunciations of Yanqui imperialism in Latin America start coming from the presidential palaces as well as the streets, Washington needs to change its ways.”—The New York Times editorial, December 24, 2005 As resistance grows to Washington’s imposition of neoliberal policies, Cuban intellectual Roberto Regalado provides a sharp analysis of the issues underlying the conflicts between the United States and the countries of Latin America. Regalado considers the significance of the recent election of a number of leftist governments and addresses the key question for Latin America today: reform or revolution? In an authoritative review of the continual political crises, Regalado discusses the impact of the collapse of the socialist bloc, why socialism has survived in Cuba, and how the strengthening of popular struggles—from the water struggles in Bolivia to the landless movement in Brazil—has led to the strategic and tactical redefinition of political parties and other movements of the Left. A fascinating book for scholars and anyone interested in Latin American politics today.