U.S.-Cuban Relations In The 1990s

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U.S.-Cuban Relations In The 1990s

Edited by Jorge Domínguez and Rafael Hernández
Westview Press, 1989
324 pp. $38.00

This book, based on a workshop at Cuba's Center for American Studies in April 1988, seeks to identify the agenda for U.S.-Cuban relations in the 1990s by pinpointing underlying differences as well as bridgeable disputes. Although the North American authors are considerably more diverse and by and large more critical of U.S. policies than the Cuban authors are of Cuba's stance, there is considerable useful material here to illuminate one of the thorniest and, up to now, least dynamic of U.S. bilateral relationships at a time when so many other international positions are in great flux.

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