These essays, originally presented at a conference held at the University of Pennsylvania in March 1984, show that particular U.S. policies have played an important role in engendering resentment of the United States in the so-called Third World. The first chapter presents an overview of the problem and proposes the structure of an approach to it, including a typology of anti-Americanism. This is followed by essays which are country-specific or regional in scope (Mexico, Latin America, the Arab World, Turkey, South Asia, Malaysia, Africa) in which the contributors flesh out some of the cultural, ideological, and historical factors which have influenced the particular expressions of anti-Americanism in various parts of the third world. Finally, three contributors analyze the phenomenon in functional areas (the multinational corporations, the United Nations) and in terms of implications for the United States.
Anti-Americanism in the Third World
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