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  • Author:
    Robin L. Rosenberg,Steven J. Stein
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    Univ of Miami North South Center pr (December 1, 1995)
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Robin L Rosenberg, Robin Rosenberg, Steven J Stein. This is a collection of official documents, intergovernmental publications, non-govermental proposals, correspondence, and postscripts that will serve as an historical record of the 1994 Summit of the Americas. It is intended to promote government-NGO discussions. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read

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Rosenberg, Robin, and Steve, Stein, eds. 1995. Coral Gables: North-South Center Press. Sánchez deLozada, Gonzalo. Former President of Bolivia. Quoted at the First Meeting of the Leadership Council for Inter-American Summitry, Coral Gables, January. Scherr,, Jacob, . and Robert, K. Watson 1998. Monitoring Implementation of the Summit of the Americas: Partnerships for Sustainable Development.

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Civil Society Participation in the Summit of the Americas-Nola Kate Seymoar. The Indigenization of Latin America-Kathleen R. Martin. Signposts Toward Building a Hemispheric Community-Patricia L. Price. Women's Rights and Opportunities in Latin America: Problems and Prospects-Mala N. Htun.

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See Robin Rosenberg and Steve Stein, (eds), Advancing the Miami Process: Civil Society and the Summit of the Americas ( Miami, FL: North-South Center Press, 1995 . oogle Scholar. 25. G. McTigue, Ellen Leander and Iain Jenkins, ‘The Globalization of Finance: Why We Need to be Plugged In’, Global Finance, Vol. 9 ( November 1995, pp. 35–36. 27. Terrence W. Farrell, ‘Back to the Future: Small Developing Countries in the International Monetary System’, in .

The First Summit of the Americas was convened in Miami, Florida, United States, on December 9–11, 1994. This summit was the first of a series of events for leaders from countries of the Americas. From across North and South America thirty-four nations met in Miami and agreed to create Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA). All countries were welcome to participate except for Cuba. Cuba was the only country not invited to participate in Miami.

"A thorough and useful documentary collection of official summit documents, publications of intergovernmental organizations, proposals from nongovernmental organizations and individuals, and some correspondence relating to the summit"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 57.http://www.loc.gov/hlas/