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Braveboy-Wagner, Jacqueline Anne

BRAVEBOY-WAGNER, Jacqueline Anne

BRAVEBOY-WAGNER, Jacqueline Anne. American (born Trinidad and Tobago), b. 1948. Genres: International relations/Current affairs, Politics/Government. Career: Bowling Green State University, OH, assistant professor of political science, 1979-81; Friends World College (now part of Long Island University), coordinator of Latin American program, 1983-84; City College of the City University of New York, NYC, associate professor, 1984-91, professor of political science, 1999-2002; Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York, associate professor, 1984-91, professor, 1991-. Tokyo Metropolitan University, visiting professor, 1988. United Nations, fellow of UN Institute for Training and Research, 1990-91; consultant to Caribbean Community and to local and regional organizations in Latin America and the Caribbean, 1986-. Publications: The Venezuela-Guyana Boundary Dispute: A Study in Conflict Resolution, 1984; Interpreting the Third World: Politics, Social and Economic Issues, 1986; The Caribbean in World Affairs: Foreign Policies of the English-Speaking Caribbean, 1989, 2nd ed., in press; (with W.M. Will, D.J. Gayle, and I. Griffith) The Caribbean in the Pacific Century, 1993; Caribbean Diplomacy, 1996; (ed. with Gayle) Caribbean Public Policy: Regional, Cultural, and Socioeconomic Issues for the Twenty-First Century, 1997; The Foreign Policies of the Global South: Re-Thinking Conceptual Frameworks, 2003. Contributor to professional journals. Address: Department of Political Science, City College of the City University of New York, 138th St and Convent Ave, New York, NY 10031, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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