Cuban Foreign Policy Confronts a New International Order

Cuban Foreign Policy Confronts a New International Order

Cuban Foreign Policy Confronts a New International Order

Cuban Foreign Policy Confronts a New International Order

Synopsis

After 30 years of what has been an often tumultuous revolutionary experience, Cuba appears to be at a crossroads in its international relations. As its traditional alliances with the Soviet Union and Eastern European countries have become increasingly tenuous, other dimensions of its international agenda, especially in the Third World and Western Europe, have gained new importance. There is also the question of US-Cuban relations in the post-Cold War world: will the general lessening of East-West tensions translate into major initiatives to normalize relations, or will the traditional pattern of confrontation perhaps intensify?
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