1st Edition

The New Cuban Presence In The Caribbean

By Barry B Levine, Franklin W Knight Copyright 1983
    274 Pages
    by Routledge

    286 Pages
    by Routledge

    The Caribbean area projects an image—not entirely accurate—of instability, and it is within that context that the United States and Cuba, the region's chief protagonists, struggle. This book explores in detail the history and nature of Cuba's influence in the Commonwealth Caribbean, Mexico, and Central and South America, as well as its relations wi

    Also of Interest -- Preface -- Geopolitical and Cultural Competition in the Caribbean—An Introduction: Cuba Versus the United States -- Cuba and the Commonwealth Caribbean: Playing the Cuban Card -- Cuba and Nicaragua: From the Somozas to the Sandinistas -- Cuba and Panama: Signaling One Way, Going Another -- Cuba and Mexico: A Special Relationship? -- Cuba and Venezuela: Liberal and Conservative Possibilities -- Cuba and the Latin American Communist Parties: Traditional Politics and Guerrilla Warfare -- Cuba and Africa: Military and Technical Assistance -- Cuba and the Third World: The Nonaligned Nations Movement -- Cuba and the United States: What Happened to Rapprochement? -- Cuba and the Soviet Union: Does Cuba Act Alone? -- How Exportable Is the Cuban Model? Culture Contact in a Modern Context -- On the Limits of the New Cuban Presence in the Caribbean -- Toward a New U.S. Presence in the Caribbean


    Barry B. Levine