The Cuba Wars

The Cuba Wars

Fidel Castro, the United States, and the Next Revolution

Book - 2008
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On the fiftieth anniversary of the Cuban Revolution, expert Daniel Erikson explores the twilight of the Castro era and what the future has in store for America's last Cold War enemy.

January 1, 2009 will mark a half century for a Cuban regime created and shaped by the powerful will of Fidel Castro--but the ailing leader may be gone from the scene before the anniversary arrives. The Cuba Wars explores the two crucial questions of the coming era: When Castro dies, what will happen in Cuba? And what will happen in America?

There are few international relationships that rival in intimacy, passion, and sheer tension that between the Cuba and the United States. In The Cuba Wars , Cuba expert Daniel Erikson draws on extensive visits to Cuba and conversations with both government officials and opposition leaders--plus the key players in Washington and Florida--to offer an unmatched portrait of a small country with very large importance to America.

Cuba remains "our last Cold War enemy"--now closely allied to Hugo Chavez's Venezuela as it once was to the USSR. Yet it has quietly become a major trade partner for American agribusiness. The "next revolution" there could see Cuba become a multibillion-dollar capitalist economy--or continue as a socialist dystopia, or lapse into civil war. The Cuba Wars is the book to read to understand the present and future of Cuba.

Publisher: New York : Bloomsbury Press, 2008
Edition: 1st U.S. ed
ISBN: 9781596914346
Branch Call Number: ANF 972.91064 ERI
Characteristics: xiii, 352 p., [8] p. of plates : col. ill., map ; 25 cm

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