This is a study of Mexican foreign policy from 1934-1992 by Dr. Priscilla Lujan Falcón, Professor of Chicana/o and Latinx Studies at the University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO. Foreign policy is viewed as the outcome of global historical and domestic events. Dr. Falcón explores Latin American and Mexico’s subordination to the United States imperial interstate system. Her research is a very readable overview of the systemic changes occurring within and around Mexico for a span of 50 years. Complete endnotes and works cited; 297 pages. This is a study of Mexican foreign policy from 1934-1992 by Dr. Priscilla Lujan Falcón, Professor of Chicana/o and Latinx Studies at the University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO. Foreign policy is viewed as the outcome of global historical and domestic events. Dr. Falcón explores Latin American and Mexico’s subordination to the United States imperial interstate system. Her research is a very readable overview of the systemic changes occurring within and around Mexico for a span of 50 years. Complete endnotes and works cited; 297 pages. $30. plus shipping, handling, and tax. Delivery date after August 30th 2022.

Mexican Foreign Policy 1934-1992

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