Vol 4, No 1 (2015)

https://doi.org/10.3989/chdj.2015.v4.i1


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

Table of Contents

Editorial

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Beyond US Hegemony: The Shaping of the Cold War in Latin America
Vanni Pettinà, José Antonio Sánchez Román
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Dossier

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Countering war or embracing peace? Dialogues between regionalism and multilateralism in Latin America (1945-1954)
Alexandre L. Moreli Rocha, Boris Le Chaffotec
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Adapting to the new world: Mexico’s International Strategy of Economic Development at the outset of the Cold War, 1946-1952
Vanni Pettinà
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La Nación, Peronism, and the Origins of the Cold War in Argentina
José Antonio Sánchez-Román
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Representations of Peronism as totalitarianism in the view of the Socialist Party during a Cold War period in Argentina (1950-1955)
Juan Pablo Artinian
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The Mexican political fracture and the 1954 coup in Guatemala (The beginnings of the cold war in Latin America)
Soledad Loaeza
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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
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Articles

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Scylla and charybdis 2.0: reconstructing colonial Spanish American territories between metropolitan dream and effective control, historical ambiguities and cybernetic determinism
Werner Stangl
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Comparative systems and the functioning of networks: the Caribbean and Indo-Pacific models of trade. XVII and XVIII centuries
Antoni Picazo Muntaner
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