Latin America - Culture and Politics
Britain and Latin America 1978
Most Latin American countries are characterised by social injustice, economic repression and widespread violations of human rights. Relations between Britain and Latin America. Although longstanding, are largely unquestioned by policy-makers and are rarely the subject of public debate. In publishing...
Guatemala is a society of fear. Whilst events in Chile have outraged international opinion, the widespread political violence in Guatemala has gone unnoticed. Over the past ten years there have been an estimated 20,000 political killings, a death toll as high as that inflicted by the savage earthqua...
The Belize Issue
The tiny British colony of Belize on the Caribbean coast of Central America is the subject of a century-old dispute between Britain and the Central American republic of Guatemala. Guatemala claims that Belize is an integral part of her territory. In the face of continued threats of invasion by Guate...