U. S. Democracy Promotion - the Case of Cuba

U. S. Democracy Promotion - the Case of Cuba

by David Seaman
     
 

This book examines U.S.-Cuba relations within the framework of the United States' long-standing policy agenda of promoting a democratic transition in Cuba. The study builds a theoretical framework which is used to analyze the assumptions underlying the U.S. strategy and presents a rich empirical analysis that gives insight into the failure of U.S. policy to produce

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This book examines U.S.-Cuba relations within the framework of the United States' long-standing policy agenda of promoting a democratic transition in Cuba. The study builds a theoretical framework which is used to analyze the assumptions underlying the U.S. strategy and presents a rich empirical analysis that gives insight into the failure of U.S. policy to produce neither the collapse of the Cuban regime nor a transition to democracy.

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Seaman (social sciences, U. of Osnabrück, Germany) conducts an analysis of US policy towards Cuba during the Bush years (although the relative continuity in policy under Obama means that Seaman's findings on the ineptness of the policy remain relevant).

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9783940755483
Publisher:
Budrich, Barbara Publishers
Publication date:
03/17/2010
Pages:
112
Product dimensions:
5.80(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.30(d)

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