Departmental Bulletin Paper ヒスパニック組織と海外への視線 : 1980年代LULACの外交関与
ヒスパニック ソシキ ト カイガイ エノ シセン : 1980ネンダイ LULAC ノ ガイコウ カンヨ
Hispanic organizations and their eyes to the foreign countries : LULAC’s participation in foreign policy in the 1980s

佐藤, 夏樹  ,  サトウ, ナツキ  ,  Sato, Natsuki

46 ( 1 )  , pp.121 - 146 , 2016-05-30 , 同志社大学人文科学研究所 , Transcription:ドウシシャ ダイガク ジンブン カガク ケンキュウショ , Alternative:Institute for the Study of Humanities & Social Sciences, Doshisha University
In 1980s, League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), the oldest and largest Mexican American Civil Rights Organization, expanded the scope of their activities to Latin America because they became “Hispanic” organization. LULAC criticized Reagan Administration’s Foreign Policy in Latin America. LULAC’s critical attitude to the U.S. policy in El Salvador attracted Israeli government’s attention because they wanted to improve relations with Latin American Countries. Hispanic leaders including president of LULAC, Tony Bonilla, were invited by Israeli government and they planned to utilize this opportunity to build relations with Jewish community in the United States.
特集 ラテンアメリカにおける国際労働移動の比較研究(Special issue: Comparative study of international labor migration in Latin America)

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