New ebook: "The Propaganda Battle For Panama" on Amazon.

"The Propaganda Battle For Panama" by Peter Joseph Moons is a new ebook is available on  The book shows how the governments of Panama and the United States fought a battle of perception before, during, and after the US invasion of Panama in December 1989.  Both Panama and the US struggled to influence their own, and each other’s, population by using propaganda and disinformation through print, television, radio, the spoken word, and physical action. This book is a unique and valuable case study for historians, academics, students, and general readers interested in how nations engage in propaganda and disinformation in order to influence internal and foreign audiences, as well as other countries' governments.

China's Influence In Latin America

  • We Don't Need No Stinkin' Questions...about the #Nicaragua Canal We Don't Need No Stinkin' Questions...about the #Nicaragua CanalAugust 15, 2013Comments by Peter Joseph Moons     Some things just do not sound right about the proposed canal ...
    Posted Aug 15, 2013, 6:24 PM by Peter Joseph Moons
  • #China's Construction Projects Often Fraught with Risk. Shoddy is as Shoddy Does: The Risk of Chinese Construction ProjectsAugust 13, 2013Comments by Peter Joseph Moons      Let's face it: China has a reputation for building projects ...
    Posted Aug 13, 2013, 3:07 AM by Peter Joseph Moons
  • Bulldozed by Progress: How a #Nicaragua Canal Could Change Communities A New Canal in Nicaragua will Impact the Citizens in its Path August 6, 2013Comments by Peter Joseph Moons      The much trumpeted canal through Nicaragua proposes to bring an ...
    Posted Aug 6, 2013, 2:29 AM by Peter Joseph Moons
  • Profits, People, and the #PRC: the #Nicaragua Canal Profits, People, and the PRC: the Nicaragua Canal August 4, 2013Comments by Peter Joseph Moons     The effects on Nicaraguan society, people and communities in the path of the canal ...
    Posted Aug 4, 2013, 8:46 AM by Peter Joseph Moons
  • Nicaragua's Canal Comments by Peter Joseph Moons, July 21, 2013      Here are some thoughts on the latest iteration of the proposed Nicaraguan Canal.      In terms of Adam Smith's market theory, competition ...
    Posted Jul 21, 2013, 7:01 PM by Peter Joseph Moons
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