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U.S. Foreign Assistance to Latin America and the Caribbean: Recent Trends and FY2013 Appropriations
Peter J. Meyer (au); Mark P. Sullivan (au)
Geographic proximity has forged strong linkages between the U.S. and the nations of Latin America and the Caribbean, with critical U.S. interests in the region encompassing economic, political, and security concerns. U.S. policymakers have emphasized different strategic interests in the region at different times, from combating Soviet influence during the Cold War to advancing democracy and open markets since the 1990s. Current U.S. policy toward the region is designed to promote economic and social opportunity; ensure citizen security; strengthen effective democratic institutions; and secure a clean energy future. As part of broader efforts to advance these priorities, the U.S. provides Latin American and Caribbean nations with substantial amounts of foreign assistance. Contents of this report:Introduction; Trends in U.S. Assistance to Latin America and the Caribbean; Other U.S. Agencies Providing Foreign Assistance; Legislative Action on FY2013 Appropriations; Potential Issues for Congressional Consideration; Looking Ahead. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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