Latin American

Posted by hotelnur on 25th October 2014 in News

(AYERBE, 2002, p.231) In 1984 principles, the Latin American and Caribbean countries had been congregated and signed the Declaration of Quito, having proclaimed the necessity to co-ordinate national efforts and politics front to the economic crisis. Entered the decade of 1980, with the ghost of the Vietnam already being part of the past, the measures taken for the government republican conservative had had as objective the retaken one of the world-wide hegemony on the part of the United States. The main fear was the call ' ' effect domin' ' in Latin America. Where according to Ayerbe: For the government Reagan, the main fear in this region is the call ' ' effect domin' ' that, from the changes in Nicaragua and Granada and the increasing instability in El Salvador and Guatemala, it could favor revolutionary a wave capable to drag Mexico and to penetrate in the proper United States, for the great black and Hispanic communities. (AYERBE, 2002, P. 205) the concerns for the increase of the scaling of violence in the continent were come back, mainly, toward Central America. The financial support to the cons, somozistas and mercenary former-guards that acted in Nicaragua, from the border with Honduras, convulsionou all still more the region.

The participation North American in Nicaragua was through aid and military assistance to the forces against revolutionaries. Eleven years after the fall of the dictatorship of Somoza, the elect government in 1990 was confrotted with a critical economic inheritance, product of the North American blockade and the aggression of ' ' contras' ' in the border with Honduras. In El Salvador, the military had dominated the scene politics since the years of 1930, directly or indirectly. They had appealed to the fraud in the presidential elections of 1972, to hinder the arrival to the power of a coalition of opposition lead for the democrat-Christian Napolen Duarte.

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