Vol 4, No 1 (2015) doi:10.3989/chdj.2015.v4.i1 Beyond US Hegemony: The Shaping of the Cold War in Latin America

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Beyond US Hegemony: The Shaping of the Cold War in Latin America

Vanni Pettinà, José Antonio Sánchez Román


Countering war or embracing peace? Dialogues between regionalism and multilateralism in Latin America (1945-1954)

Alexandre L. Moreli Rocha, Boris Le Chaffotec

Adapting to the new world: Mexico’s International Strategy of Economic Development at the outset of the Cold War, 1946-1952

Vanni Pettinà

La Nación, Peronism, and the Origins of the Cold War in Argentina

José Antonio Sánchez-Román

Representations of Peronism as totalitarianism in the view of the Socialist Party during a Cold War period in Argentina (1950-1955)

Juan Pablo Artinian

The Mexican political fracture and the 1954 coup in Guatemala (The beginnings of the cold war in Latin America)

Soledad Loaeza

Collectivization, participation and dissidence on the transatlantic axis during the Cold War: Cultural Guerrilla for destabilizing the balance of power in the 1960s

Paula Barreiro López


Scylla and charybdis 2.0: reconstructing colonial Spanish American territories between metropolitan dream and effective control, historical ambiguities and cybernetic determinism

Werner Stangl

Comparative systems and the functioning of networks: the Caribbean and Indo-Pacific models of trade. XVII and XVIII centuries

Antoni Picazo Muntaner