By Peter McKenna
This publication lines the constructing dating among Canada and the oas (Organization of yankee States) and the pau (Pan American Union) prior to Canada's accession to complete club within the former association in 1989.
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Greater inter-American co-operation also held out the possibility of increased benefits through closer ties with the United States. In addition to acquiring much-needed technology, Latin American elites saw Pan-Americanism as a means to secure large sums of money for economic, political, and military assistance. And as long as those carrots were dangled before the eyes of those elites, the idea of Pan-Americanism would be worth pursuing aggressively. The firmness of Pan-Americanism, then, was in some part a function of Washington's ability to provide those entitlements.
28 By the time of the fifth conference in Santiago in 1923, interest in changing the PAU had reached a crescendo. As a result, two key amendments were introduced: the chair of the Governing PETER MCKENNA 21 Board would now be an elective position, and an American republic with no diplomatic representation in Washington would be permitted to make a special appointment to the Board. 29 There were also musings about the possibility of having the Board composed of representatives appointed by the American republics themselves.
By placing the OAS machinery PETER MCKENNA 45 in high gear, by activating the committee mechanism, and by acting as a catalyst for negotiations, it laid the groundwork for a diplomatic solution. Indeed, by responding in a swift and effective manner, it was able to arrange a ceasefire and generally to have a calming effect on the disputants. The early 1960s also saw the OAS front and centre in a groundbreaking inter-American dispute involving Venezuela and the Dominican Republic. 42 The council promptly referred the investigation of this serious charge to the Inter-American Peace Committee.
Canada and the OAS: From Dilettante to Full Partner by Peter McKenna