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The Cuban Political Evolution

Explore how Cuban politics are changing in the 21st century with books from Palgrave Macmillan and Pluto Press and gain a deeper understanding of Cuba in the news today.

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Voices From The Other Side

An Oral History Of Terrorism Against Cuba

Since the early 1960s, no other country has endured more acts of terrorism against civilian targets than Cuba, and the US has had its hand in much of it. This...

By Keith Bolender and Noam Chomsky

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Cuba in the Special Period

Culture and Ideology in the 1990s

This collection is a multidisciplinary evaluation of the impact of market reforms in Cuba’s cultural policies and practices after the fall of the Soviet bloc....

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After Fidel, Updated Edition

Raul Castro and the Future of Cuba's Revolution

A chief U.S. intelligence officer tells the inside story of Fidel Castro's 40-year rule and the man who will in all probability succeed him--his brother Raul

Brian Latell

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While most books and articles on Cuba seek to analyze the island’s socialist experiment from the perspective of internal dynamics or international relations,...

George Lambie

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The Cuban Revolution (1959-2009)

Relations with Spain, the European Union, and the United States

Fifty years after the triumph of the Cuban Revolution and the establishment of a Marxist-Leninist regime in Cuba, the two fundamental dimensions of this...

Joaquín Roy

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Cuban Sugar Industry

Transnational Networks and Engineering Migrants in Mid-Nineteenth Century Cuba

Technological innovation was central to nineteenth-century Cuba’s lead in world sugar manufacture. Along with steam-powered machinery came migrant engineers,...

Jonathan Curry-Machado

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Cuban Medical Internationalism

Origins, Evolution, and Goals

While public health is important for revolutionary Cuba, providing medical services to the developing world is also a priority: 38,000 medical staff are...

By John M. Kirk and H. Michael Erisman

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This book examines how violence was used as a spectacle in Cuban and Argentine theater in the late 1960s and early 1970s as a reflection of and a dialogue with...

Katherine Ford

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