An American Dilemma
Edited by Daniel Pipes and Adam Garfinkle
New York: St. Martin's Press, 1991
This is a collection of essays that resulted from the Foreign Policy Research Institute's three-year study of American relations with pro-U.S. authoritarian regimes. In part one, policy analysts and practitioners examine historic examples such as the Shah of Iran, Ferdinand Marcos, and South Vietnam in order to deduce lessons applicable to managing current and future cases addressed in part two. Additional essays attempt to generalize and offer policy guidelines.
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