Cuba and the Caribbean: Regional Issues and Trends in the Post-Cold War Era by Joseph S. TulchinCuba and the Caribbean: Regional Issues and Trends in the Post-Cold War Era by Joseph S. Tulchin

Cuba and the Caribbean: Regional Issues and Trends in the Post-Cold War Era

EditorJoseph S. Tulchin, Andres Serbin, Rafael Hernandez

Hardcover | March 1, 1997

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The contributors to Cuba and the Caribbean focus on trends in the international and regional affairs of the Caribbean nations in the 1990s, with special attention given to the reintegration of Cuba into the hemispheric community. Many of the 13 essays in this volume were presented at a multinational workshop involving scholars from Cuba, Venezuela, the United States, France, Puerto Rico, and other countries. The articles provide a comprehensive framework for understanding the dynamics of a complex region confronting globalization, the formation of trade blocs, and international crime.
Title:Cuba and the Caribbean: Regional Issues and Trends in the Post-Cold War EraFormat:HardcoverDimensions:275 pages, 9.28 × 6.16 × 0.91 inPublished:March 1, 1997Publisher:Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

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ISBN - 10:0842026525

ISBN - 13:9780842026529

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 Map of the Caribbean Basin Chapter 3 Introduction Part 4 I The Caribbean Basin after the Cold War Chapter 5 The Powers, the Pirates, and the International Norms and Institutions in the American Mediterranean Chapter 6 The Geopolitical Context of the Caribbean Basin in the 1990s: Geoeconomic Reconfigurations and Political Transitions Chapter 7 Economic Restructuring, labor Markets, and Population Movements in the Caribbean in the 1990s Chapter 8 The Techno-Paradigm Shift, Globalization, and Western Hemisphere Integration Trends and Tendencies: Mapping Issues in the Economic and Social Evolution of the Caribbean Chapter 9 The Sovereignty versus Security Paradox in the Caribbean Chapter 10 Beyond NAFTA: Current Options for Caribbean Nations Part 11 II Cuba within the Caribbean Basin Chapter 12 Cuba and Security in the Caribbean Chapter 13 The Recent Cuban Exodus in Comparative Caribbean Perspective Chapter 14 Cuba's Relations with the Caribbean: Reversal of Bad Fortune? Chapter 15 Caribbean Interstate Relations and Cuba Chapter 16 Economic Changes in Cuba: Problems and Challenges Chapter 17 The Relationship between the European Union and Cuba Chapter 18 International Relations between Cuba and the Caribbean in the 1990s: Challenges and Perspectives Chapter 19 Index Chapter 20 About the Editors Chapter 21 About the Contributors

Editorial Reviews

A collection of important essays that intelligently and perceptively explore the bewildering complexity of the contemporary Caribbean, and especially the way that the foreign policies of Cuba and the United States, individually and mutually, compound the issues of interstate relations across the region.