A New Chapter in US-Cuba Relations: Social, Political, and by Eric Hershberg, William M. LeoGrande (eds.) PDF

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By Eric Hershberg, William M. LeoGrande (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3319295950

ISBN-13: 9783319295954

ISBN-10: 3319311514

ISBN-13: 9783319311517

This ebook explores the various outcomes of Presidents Obama and Castro brokering a rapprochement among the us and Cuba after greater than part a century of estrangement. fiscal, political, social, and cultural dynamics are analyzed in available style through major specialists from Cuba, the U.S., Europe, and Latin the United States. What possibilities come up during the commencing of diplomatic relatives, and what matters should be stumbling blocks to normalization? What are the consequences for the Cuban economic system, for its political procedure, and for ties with contributors of the Cuban diaspora? What are the results for US family members in different places in Latin the United States? This updated account addresses those and different questions on this new path in US-Cuban family.

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Cuba, nevertheless, did not follow its assigned script. Since its fourth Congress in 1991, the Cuban Communist Party began a long process of political adaptation to the post-Cold War realities. After Fidel Castro retired due to illness, the government launched parallel processes of economic reform and political liberalization. The Communist Party thus aimed to compensate for the loss of its charismatic leader and to overcome the weaknesses of its unsustainable command economy, which had become unviable in the absence of Soviet subsidies.

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2015b. ” Office of the Historian. Accessed August 28. gov/ milestones/1899-1913/Platt. S. Department of the Treasury. 2015. ” Last modified January 15. aspx. White, Ralph K. 1991. ” Political Psychology, 12(2): 291–308. ———. 1984. -Soviet Relations. New York: Free Press. Chapter 3 Cuba-US: The December 17 Agreement in the Rationale of Asymmetric Relations Arturo Lopez-Levy D isparity is the distinctive feature of Cuban-US relations. Power asymmetry is not limited to differences in capacities but also involves systemic differences in the ways states assess security risks and define their interests and perceptions.

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