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by H. Michael Erisman,John M. Kirk

eBook Cuban Foreign Policy Confronts a New International Order download ISBN: 1555872395
Author: H. Michael Erisman,John M. Kirk
Publisher: Lynne Rienner Pub; New ed. edition (June 1, 1991)
Language: English
Pages: 244
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Category: Political
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Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1991. Index, selective bibliography, 241 p. (hardcover). Juan M. del Aguila (a1). Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1990. Index, references, 191 pp. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1991.

However, alongside internationalism driven by foreign policy objectives, humanitarian .

However, alongside internationalism driven by foreign policy objectives, humanitarian objectives also played a role, with medical teams despatched to countries governed by ideological foes. Robert Huish and John M. Kirk (2007), "Cuban Medical Internationalism and the Development of the Latin American School of Medicine", Latin American Perspectives, 34; 77 doi:10. John M. Kirk and H. Michael Erisman (2009), Cuban Medical Internationalism: Origins, Evolution, and Goals, Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-0-230-62222-7.

Cuba in a Global Context: International Relations, Internationalism, and Transnationalism By da Cruz, Jose de Arimateia Parameters, Vol. 44, No. 3, Autumn 2014.

This volume illustrates the sweeping changes in Cuban foreign policy under Raúl Castro. Leading scholars from around the world show how the significant shift in foreign policy direction that started in 1990 after the implosion of the Soviet Union has continued, in many ways taking totally unexpected paths-as is shown by the move toward the normalization of relations with Washington.

Cuban Foreign Policy: Transformation Under Raúl Castro. Rowman & Littlefield, 2018, 314 pp. Purchase.

Cuba, Caribbean Area.

The facts are clear and speak for themselves.

Kirk and Erisman, longtime scholars of Cuban foreign policy, have put together an excellent volume analyzing the . H. Michael Erisman is professor of international affairs at Indiana State University. Kirk is professor of Latin American studies at Dalhousie University.

Kirk and Erisman, longtime scholars of Cuban foreign policy, have put together an excellent volume analyzing the impact of President Raúl Castro's principled but pragmatic approach to Cuba's role in the world. Collectively, the contributions demonstrate the continued prominent role that Cuba plays in the world even as it faces renewed hostility from Washington. Gary Prevost, College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University).

2009) Introduction: Cuba as a World Medical Power. In: Cuban Medical Internationalism. Studies of the Americas.

Part of the Studies of the Americas book series (STAM). and H. Michael Erisman, Cuba’s International Relations: The Anatomy of a Nationalistic Foreign Policy (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1985), 78–79. 9. Paul H. Grundy and Peter P. Budetti, The Distribution and Supply of Cuban Medical Personnel in Third World Countries, American Journal of Public Health. Vol. 70, No. 7 (July 1980), 717–719. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. 2009) Introduction: Cuba as a World Medical Power.

After 30 years of what has been an often tumultuous revolutionary experience, Cuba appears to be at a crossroads in its international relations. As its traditional alliances with the Soviet Union and Eastern European countries have become increasingly tenuous, other dimensions of its international agenda, especially in the Third World and Western Europe, have gained new importance. There is also the question of US-Cuban relations in the post-Cold War world: will the general lessening of East-West tensions translate into major initiatives to normalize relations, or will the traditional pattern of confrontation perhaps intensify? This book addresses such immediate issues within the broader context of Cuban foreign policy overall. The authors explore the challenges Cuba faces in the international arena as the Revolution enters its fourth decade - challenges related not only to the process of restructuring that is occuring in the Soviet bloc, but also to the economic problems that the island is facing and to the phenomenon of generational change as younger individuals rise through Cuba's leadership ranks.