By Rodrigo Botero
For almost centuries interplay among Spain and the us was once characterised by way of cultural and political changes, collectively perceived conflicts of nationwide curiosity, and an asymmetry of energy. Botero identifies the interval from 1945 to 1953 as a watershed in family, because the nations moved from a adversarial posture in the direction of a pleasant rapprochement. He indicates why, inspite of political alterations, mutual mistrust, and reciprocal grievances, either governments chanced on it of their top curiosity to arrive an contract at the factor of ecu security. This research records, for the 1st time, the extreme lengths to which the Franco regime used to be ready to visit increase its family members with the United States.Beginning with the Spanish monarchy's determination to help the 13 colonies of their fight for independence, Botero examines treaty negotiations in 1795 and 1821 that concerned Spain's territorial possessions in North the USA. He then seems to be at how friction over occasions in Cuba culminated within the Spanish-American struggle of 1898. a number of many years of mutual disengagement till the 2 international locations back clashed over the early pro-Axis sympathy of the Franco regime. the phobia of Soviet aggression might eventually unite the 2 within the post-World conflict II period with a bilateral contract to set up army bases in Spain as a part of strategic preparations to guard Western Europe.
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Title. II. Series. 48'273046—dc21 00–035356 British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data is available. Copyright © 2001 by Rodrigo Botero All rights reserved. No portion of this book may be reproduced, by any process or technique, without the express written consent of the publisher. Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 00–035356 ISBN: 0-313-31570-1 ISSN: 0885–9159 First published in 2001 Greenwood Press, 88 Post Road West, Westport, CT 06881 An imprint of Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc.
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