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John M. Kirk

H. Michael Erisman is Professor of Political Science at Indiana State University. He is the author of Cuba’s International Relations: The Anatomy of a Nationalistic Foreign Policy (1985), South-South Relations in the Caribbean (1992), and Cuba’s Foreign Relations in a Post-Soviet World (2000). He co-edited (with John M. Kirk) Cuban Foreign Policy Confronts a New International Order (1991), and Redefining Cuban Foreign Policy: The Impact of the ‘Special Period’ (2006). He is a member of the editorial boards of the “Journal of Latin American Society and Politics” and “Cuban Studies.”

John M. Kirk is Professor of Latin American Studies at Dalhousie University in Canada.  He is the author of José Martí: Mentor of the Cuban Nation (1985), and Between God and the Party: Religion and Politics in Revolutionary Cuba (1989). He is the co-author of Sesenta años de relaciones bilaterales: Cuba y Canadá (2007), and the co-editor of Cuba: Twenty-Five Years of Revolution: 1959-1984 (1985), Culture and the Cuban Revolution: Conversations in Havana (2001), A Contemporary Cuba Reader: Reinventing the Revolution (2008), and Competing Voices from Revolutionary Cuba (forthcoming). He is a member of the editorial boards of the journal of the International Institute for the Study of Cuba, and “Cuban Studies”. He is also the editor of the “Contemporary Cuba” series with the University Press of Florida.


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Cuban Medical Internationalism
Origins, Evolution, and Goals

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

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