Governing the Americas: Assessing Multilateral Institutions

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Gordon Mace, Jean-Philippe Thérien, Paul Alexander Haslam
Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2007 - Political Science - 317 pages
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This is a systematic assessment of the functioning of hemispheric institutions since the introduction of the Summit of the Americas process in 1994. The text evaluates the effectiveness of inter-American institutions with regard to core issues of democratic governance, security, trade, and economic development.

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Contents

An Overview
13
A Sisyphean Endeavor?
35
The OAS and the
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Copyright

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Gordon Mace is professor of political science at Laval University and director of the University's Inter-American Studies Center. He is also director of the journal Etudes internationales. Among his publications are Foreign Policy and Regionalism in the Americas and The Americas in Transition: The Contours of Regionalism. Jean-Philippe Therien is professor of political science and assistant scientific director of CERIUM at the University of Montreal. He is coauthor of Foreign Policy and Regionalism in the Americas. Paul A. Haslam is assistant professor of international development at the University of Ottawa.

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