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Transnational Conflicts: Central America, Social Change, and Globalization Paperback – October 16, 2003
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“This book operates at multiple levels. It is a detailed and original contribution to the study of Central America. And by positioning Central America in a broader historical and structural framing, Robinson also makes a major contribution to our understanding of global capitalism. Through it all, the narrative never loses track of the human actors involved. Complex and brilliant!”—Saskia Sassen
“Since independence, Central America has been caught between competing external influences. Now globalization is sucking the region into its web in a dramatic way. William I. Robinson, in this momentous book, analyses these trends in great detail while offering the reader a bold and distinctive interpretation of globalization. The result is a fine piece of scholarship that deserves careful study.”—Professor Victor Bulmer-Thomas
About the Author
William Robinson is Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is the author of several books, including David and Goliath: The US War Against Nicaragua and A Theory of Global Capitalism.