The Dutch Caribbean: Prospects for Democracy
First Published in 1990. This volume of essays on the Dutch Caribbean considers areas that are of increasing importance on the international scene and on which little has been written. The Dutch Caribbean shares many of the features of the French-, Spanish- and English-speaking Caribbean. Like these other linguistic zones, the Dutch Caribbean emerged from a history of slavery and colonialism with economies rooted in, or characterized by, the plantation system.
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لم نعثر على أي مراجعات في الأماكن المعتادة.
19751989 Domestic and foreign
Suriname and the military
Politics and Government in Curaçao
Decolonization of Aruba within the
Bonaire within the Dutch Antilles
the Dutch half in future perspective
The Dutch Caribbean and transitions in
Struggle for democracy in Suriname
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activities administration affairs American Antillean army Aruba Association became become Bonaire Bouterse capital cent central civilian colonial companies concerning considered constitutional continued cooperation cultural Curacao democracy democratic dependent discussion Dutch Caribbean economic effect elections especially established example existing fact federation forces foreign foreign policy future groups Holland important increased independence industry influence Institute interests involved islands issue Jamaica Kingdom lack lands Latin leaders Maarten major means ment military million Minister Netherlands Antilles official option organizations parties period planning political population position possible present problems production projects question regime region relations relationship remained Report representatives result role rule Sint Maarten social society status structure Studies Suriname Surinamese tion trade United University Venezuela West