A New Chapter in Us-Cuba Relations: Social, Political, and Economic Implications (Paperback)

A New Chapter in Us-Cuba Relations: Social, Political, and Economic Implications By Eric Hershberg (Editor), William M. Leogrande (Editor) Cover Image
By Eric Hershberg (Editor), William M. Leogrande (Editor)
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1. Introduction: U.S.- Cuba Diplomatic Rapprochement and Washington's Relations with Latin America.- 2. Establishing, Not Restoring, Normal Relations between the United States and Cuba.- 3. Cuba-U.S.: The December 17 Arrangement in the Rationale of Asymmetric Relations.- 4. A S dpolitik from Washington: How Much of Europe's Ostpolitik Is There in the Current U.S.-Cuban D tente.- 5. The End of the Bogeyman: The Political Repercussions of the U.S.- Cuban Rapprochement.- 6. Beyond Revolutionary Chic: How U.S.- Cuba Rapprochement May Affect Cuban Arts.- 7. Post-D17 and Processes of Cuban National Reconciliation.- 8. Cuban Exceptionalism.- 9. How Will U.S.- Cuban Normalization Affect Economic Policy in Cuba?.- 10. Cuban Economic Reforms and Rapprochement with the United States: A Comparative Perspective.- 11. Foreign Direct Investment in Cuba: A Necessity and a Challenge.- 12. Entrepreneurial Reform, Market Expansion, and Political Engagement: Risks and Opportunities for Cuba Today.- 13. Onstage or Backstage? Latin America and U.S.- Cuban Relations.- 14. Conclusion.

About the Author

Eric Hershberg is Professor of Government and Director of the Center for Latin American and Latino Studies at American University, USA. He has written widely on US-Latin American relations and on comparative politics of Latin America.William M. LeoGrande is Professor of Government and Dean Emeritus of the School of Public Affairs at American University, USA. A noted authority on Cuban politics and U.S. Cuban relations, he is co-author, with Peter Kornbluh, of Back Channel to Cuba: The Hidden History of Negotiations between Washington and Havana (2015), and author of Our Own Backyard: The United States in Central America, 1977-1992 (1998).

Product Details
ISBN: 9783319311517
ISBN-10: 3319311514
Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan
Publication Date: June 3rd, 2016
Pages: 205
Language: English