Kempe recounts the history of the United States' relationship with Noriega from his recruitment by the CIA to his capture in 1990. He examines why and how the United States became involved with the Panamanian dictator and how the involvement has affected its standing in Latin America.... military, but it was assumed in talks that Noriega would be followed by the PDF chief of staff, Colonel Marco Justine. ... Treasury Secretary James Baker was most outspoken against the presidenta#39;s decision, arguing that it was political suicide in an election year. ... aquot;We have really got to pull the plug on this one, aquot; he said.
|Title||:||Divorcing the Dictator|
|Publisher||:||I.B.Tauris - 1990|