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Authored by Dr. Gabriel Marcella.
One of the more serious dangers to peace and security in Latin America is the territorial dispute between Ecuador and Peru, which broke out into warfare in February-March 1995. In this monograph, Dr. Gabriel Marcella explores the critical historical and strategic dimensions of the conflict. He argues that unless this age-old dispute is settled amicably and soon, it could very well generate a more disastrous war in the future. Dr. Marcella proposes a basis for settlement and provides specific policy recommendations for the United States and the inter-American community.
Teaching Strategy: Challenge and Response
Affairs of State: The Interagency and National Security
War without Borders: The Colombia-Ecuador Crisis of 2008
American Grand Strategy for Latin America in the Age of Resentment
The United States and Colombia: The Journey from Ambiguity to Strategic Clarity
Plan Colombia: Some Differing Perspectives
Plan Colombia: The Strategic and Operational Imperatives
Colombia's Three Wars: U.S. Strategy at the Crossroads