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Revolutionary Cuba and the End of the Cold War - David C. Jordan

Revolutionary Cuba and the End of the Cold War

Hardcover Published: March 1993
ISBN: 9780819189981
Number Of Pages: 284

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There has been much speculation about Castro and Cuba's future and the state of U.S.-Cuban relations in the post Cold War environment. This study analyzes the forces which brought Castro to power and sustained his control.

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Jordon has done a great service by providing a compelling interpretation of Cuba's development under Castro, putting readers in command of enough history to think realistically about what comes next. The book is an excellent teaching text as well as important reading for the policy community.--William E. Odom, Lieutenant General, USA, Retired, and former Director of the National Security Agency

Preface
Introductionp. 1
Understanding Cuba and Castrop. 7
The Rise of Cuban Nationalismp. 9
The Legacy of Jose Martip. 15
Statism and Dependencyp. 25
The Cult of the Caudillo and the Cuban Party Systemp. 33
The Cuban Leftp. 43
Understanding Castrop. 51
The Economy and the Castro Governmentp. 61
Cuba's Political Culturep. 77
Cuba and the Cold Warp. 85
Castro in Power and the U.S. Attitudep. 87
Forging the Soviet Connectionp. 95
From the Cuban Missile Crisis to Carterp. 105
Carter's Peace Initiativesp. 115
The International Strategic Transitionp. 123
Reagan and the Rollback of Communismp. 125
The Soviet Need for Reformp. 135
New Soviet Policies for a New World Orderp. 145
1989-1991p. 157
The Revolution in Crisisp. 171
The Continuing Crisis: The Status Quop. 173
Emigration and Human Rightsp. 183
Narcoticsp. 193
The Cuban Martyr Complex and Apocalypsep. 207
The Future of the Revolutionp. 215
Potential Transition Scenariosp. 217
The Legal Foundation of a Transitionp. 223
Future Regimesp. 229
The Continuing Revolutionp. 237
Conclusionp. 249
Selected Bibliographyp. 261
Indexp. 269
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ISBN: 9780819189981
ISBN-10: 0819189987
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 284
Published: March 1993
Publisher: UNIV PR OF AMER
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 1.75
Weight (kg): 0.58

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