A new chapter in US-Cuba relations : social, political, and economic implications /
|Published:||New York : Palgrave Macmillan, |
|Series:||Studies of the Americas.
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Table of Contents:
- Introduction: U.S.-Cuba diplomatic rapprochement and Washington's relations with Latin America / Eric Hershberg
- Establishing, not restoring, normal relations between the United States and Cuba / Philip Brenner
- Cuba-U.S.: the December 17 arrangement in the rationale of asymmetric relations / Arturo Lopez-Levy
- A südpolitik from Washington: how much of Europe's ostpolitik is there in the current U.S.-Cuban détente / Bert Hoffmann
- The end of the bogeyman: the political repercussions of the U.S.-Cuban rapprochement / William M. LeoGrande
- Beyond revolutionary chic: how U.S.-Cuba rapprochement may affect Cuban arts / Ana Serra
- Post-D17 and processes of Cuban national reconciliation / Holly Ackerman
- Cuban exceptionalism / Marifeli Pérez-Stable
- How will U.S.-Cuban normalization affect economic policy in Cuba? / Emily Morris
- Cuban economic reforms and rapprochement with the United States: a comparative perspective / Ricardo Torres
- Foreign direct investment in Cuba: a necessity and a challenge / Omar Everleny Pérez Villanueva
- Entrepreneurial reform, market expansion, and political engagement: risks and opportunities for Cuba today / Ted A. Henken and Gabriel Vignoli
- Onstage or backstage? Latin America and U.S.-Cuban relations / Andrés Serbin
- Conclusion: keys to assessing progress toward establishing normal relations between the United States and Cuba / William M. LeoGrande and Eric Hershberg.