Contemporary Issues in Caribbean and Latin American Relations
Raymond Mark Kirton, Marlon Anatol

As the Caribbean and Latin America confront the significant socio- economic and political challenges of the twenty- first century, the contributors to this book present a timely and relevant assessment of these issues, from a fresh small-states perspective. The collection of articles by academics and practitioners in international relations offer practical recommendations for greater collaboration among the states in areas related to migration, cooperation among states in the Guiana Shield, greater interaction between Cuba and the wider Caribbean, the impact of transnational crime, and human safety and security, among others. This book is geared to attract a wide audience, ranging from scholars, practitioners and students of the social security sciences especially in political science, international relations and sociology, and will also be valuable to the wider audience with interest in the contemporary issues confronting Caribbean and Latin American states.

Lexington Books
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