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Democracy Delayed: The Case of Castro's Cuba

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With the dissolution of the Soviet Union, foreign policy analysts and international relations scholars expected communist Cuba to undergo transitions to democracy and to markets as had the Eastern European nations of the former Soviet bloc. But more than a decade after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Castro remains in power, with no sign that the Cuban government or economy i ...more
Hardcover, 272 pages
Published November 15th 2002 by Johns Hopkins University Press
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Andrew Daniels
Too much about the US-Cuba, little about Cuba and any one else in Americas
This book acts like only the United States exists. What conceit!

Felt this book failed to talk enough about Cuba's side of things
I felt this book was boring, useless and awful
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