First published in 1984. The Study Group on U.S.-Cuban Relations was organized under the auspices of the Central American and Caribbean Program (CACP) at The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, D.C. The Study Group on U.S.-Cuban Relations met on three separate occasions. The first meeting on January 24 and 25, 1983, was devoted to discussion of U.S.. interests and policy objectives in Cuba. The second meeting on February 28 was dedicated to analysis of the current U.S. policy toward Cuba, and the final session on March 25 focused on policy options. The following report is a synthesis of the three discussions.
Table of Contents
Introduction, U.S. Interests in Cuba, Containment of Cuban Foreign Policy: The Case for the Present Policy, Gradual Engagement: Arguments for an Alternative Toward Gradual Engagement: Elements of Alternative, Changing Course in U.S.-Cuban Relations--How Dangerous a Shift?