Focus on ‘US Policy toward Chile in the 1970s: Frustrated Ambitions’

At the beginning of the 1970s, US foreign policy officials were facing something of a crisis in confidence of how the United States should conduct itself on the world’s stage going forward. The disastrous Vietnam war campaign meant public support for foreign military intervention was at an all-time low, while the countries whose economies were … Continue reading Focus on ‘US Policy toward Chile in the 1970s: Frustrated Ambitions’