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From Confrontation to Negotiation : U.S. Relations with Cuba

Author: Philip Brenner
Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2018.
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Nearly thirty years have passed since the United States first attempted to overthrow the fledgling Castro government. Despite enormous changes in the hemisphere, significant developments in the nature of Cuba's international relations, and an end to the cold war consensus in the United States that quietly sanctioned interference in and obstruction of Third World politics, U.S. policy toward Cuba has changed very  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Brenner, Philip.
From Confrontation to Negotiation : U.S. Relations with Cuba.
Milton : Routledge, ©2019
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Philip Brenner
ISBN: 9780429701993 0429701993 9780429044205 0429044208 9780429722004 0429722001 9780429742019 0429742010
OCLC Number: 1109774129
Description: 1 online resource (129 pages)
Contents: Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgments; INTRODUCTION: REALISM ABOUT CUBA; 1 U.S. POLICY TOWARD CUBA, 1898-1980; From Independence War to Revolution; From Conflict to Cold War: 1959-1970; The Roller Coaster Decade: 1971-1980; Notes; 2 U.S. POLICY IN THE 1980s; Raising the Stakes; Growing Tension; Consequences of the Policy; Notes; 3 ISSUES IN CONTENTION; U.S. Demands; Cuban Demands; Stark Contrast; Notes; 4 FACTORS SHAPING CUBA'S POLICY; Setting of the Party Congress; Increasing Ties to the Socialist Bloc; Strengthening Internal Structures: Party and Military The Strength to Be FlexibleNotes; 5 DOMESTIC FACTORS SHAPING U.S. POLICY; Interest Groups; U.S. Congress; Press and Public Opinion; A Relatively Open Field; Notes; 6 A SENSIBLE POLICY; A Failed Policy; A New Policy; The Ball Is in Our Court; Notes; Chronology; Suggested Readings; Index
Responsibility: Philip Brenner.

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Nearly thirty years have passed since the United States first attempted to overthrow the fledgling Castro government. Despite enormous changes in the hemisphere, significant developments in the nature of Cuba's international relations, and an end to the cold war consensus in the United States that quietly sanctioned interference in and obstruction of Third World politics, U.S. policy toward Cuba has changed very little: It still embodies the failed dream of isolating Cuba and destroying the Cuban revolution. In From Confrontation to Negotiation: U.S. Relations with Cuba, Philip Brenner provides a thoughtful overview of U.S.-Cuban relations since 1898, with an emphasis on the past ten years. Assumptions, goals, and continuities in U.S. policy are highlighted. He then offers a clear picture of the issues that divide the two countries and around which any discussions for a normalization of relations would likely turn. Could discussions occur? Is a call for a less hostile relationship between the United States and Cuba politically feasible? What are the chances that Cuba and the United States can actually work out an accommodation? Dr. Brenner analyzes the domestic political factors in each country that shape policy and that might present possibilities for serious discussion. He then proposes a workable alternative Cuban policy for the United States that takes into account the fundamental concerns of both countries. The policy proposal is related to the framework adopted by Policy Alternatives for the Caribbean and Central America (PACCA).

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