The European Challenge
Europe's New Role in Latin America
The European Challenge sets out to examine these assumptions. It looks at variosu aspects of Europe's relations with Latin America: transnational investment, the role of the EEC, financial flows, European social democracy, human rights and arms sales. Through an analysis of the political and economic interests behind the European challenge, this book questions whether Europe can be expected to promote the kind of development in Latin America which will advance the cause of social and economic justice in the region.
1. Introduction - The European Challenge
2. Europe and Latin America in the Eighties
Jacqueline Roddick and Philip O'Brien
3. Latin America and Western Europe: Towards a new International Subsystem?
4. EEC-Latin America Relations and the Global Economic Crisis
Miguel S. Wionczek
5. European Social Democracy in Latin America: The Case of West Germany
6. European Transnational Corporations in Latin America
7. European Financial Flows to Latin America
8. Europe, Human Rights and Latin America
9. Europe, Latin America and the Arms Trade
10. Statistical Appendix