Cuba in Africa

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Cuba in Africa

Edited by Carmelo Mesa-Lago and June S. Belkin
Center for Latin American Studies, University of Pittsburgh, 1982
230 pp. $5.95

The political, economic and foreign policy aspects of Cuba's current activity in Africa are scrutinized in the six chapters of this volume. Mesa-Lago contributes a final and helpful chapter on the causes and effects of Cuban involvement, listing and comparing benefits and costs, and noting that as the degree of involvement expands, the cost-benefit ratio increases.

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