This book explores the nature and development of Castro's foreign relations and Cuban globalism, with primary attention devoted to nationalism's influence on Havana's policies toward the United States, the Soviet Union, and the developing African, Asian, and Latin countries of the Third World.
Table of Contents
1. An Overview of Cuban Foreign Policy and Its Nationalistic Dimension 2. The Early Evolution of Cuban Foreign Policy 1959–1972 3. Incipient Globalism, 1972–1975 4. The Maturation of Cuban Globalism, 1975–1979 5. Contemporary Cuban Globalism, 1979 Onward 6. Problems and Prospects for Cuban Foreign Policy