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Foreign Policy Toward Cuba: Isolation or Engagement? - Studies in Public Policy (Hardback)
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Foreign Policy Toward Cuba: Isolation or Engagement? - Studies in Public Policy (Hardback)

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Hardback 298 Pages / Published: 07/09/2005
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Foreign Policy Toward Cuba examines the disagreement between the foreign policy-making communities of the United States and Canada and that of Cuba and the Caribbean region. The book contrasts the differing Cuban foreign policy positions taken by the United States and Canada, contrasting them in turn with Caribbean and Cuban positions on North America. The book uses a wide range of perspectives, paying particular attention to the way the Western Hemisphere understands Cuba and the approaches of Cuban and Caribbean foreign policy toward North America. Of interest to students of Latin America, Cuba, and foreign policy and international relations, the book provides a clear interpretation of the complex foreign policy between nations.

Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 9780739110249
Number of pages: 298
Weight: 590 g
Dimensions: 235 x 156 x 28 mm


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Since Castro's revolution, the United States has tried to overthrow, isolate, or undermine Cuba, while Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean have preferred engagement. Michele Zebich-Knos and Heather Nicol have assembled a superb group of scholars to describe the domestic causes and evaluate the international effects of these different approaches. This is an important book that takes a new approach to an old problem and emerges with a curious conclusion: neither confrontation nor engagement has worked. -- Robert A. Pastor, professor and director of the Center for North American Studies, American University
The editors have assembled an extremely qualified group of scholars in the rich field of Cuban studies. Their treatments are balanced and authoritative and go beyond the Havana-Washington axis to cover the whole hemisphere. No other source provides such an exhaustive account of how Cuban-U.S. relations became and remain so contentious. -- Michael L. Conniff, Director of Global Studies at San Jose State University
Much of it is useful, perceptive and timely, and the best of the contributions are very good, justifying the whole publication. * Latin American Studies *
I highly recommend Foreign Policy toward Cuba: Isolation or Engagement? It should be required reading for anyone interested in foreign policy, international relations, Latin American studies, and politics in general. * The Latin Americanist *
This is a wonderful exploration of the myriad facets of an increasingly important question. The book is comprehensive, well-written, and a useful resource for policy-makers and students. -- Kirk Bowman, Georgia Tech

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