The Struggle Against Noriega

Issue Date Winter 1990
Volume 1
Issue 1
Page Numbers 41-46
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Over the past several years, the world has come to see the crisis in Panama mainly as a confrontation between the United States and Panama’s military strongman, General Manuel Antonio Noriega. But this perception – reinforced lately by press reports on last October’s failed coup attempt – is badly mistaken.