Author profile: George Lambie

Until recently George Lambie was Principal Lecturer in the Department of Politics and Public Policy at De Montfort University (DMU) in Leicester, UK where he taught International Political Economy and Latin American Politics at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. His most recently published book is The Cuban revolution in the 21st century (Pluto Press, 2010) and his new book Capitalism, Globalisation and Crisis is forthcoming. From 1995 to date he has also carried out international consultancy work in Poland, Hungary, Honduras, Venezuela, and Cuba where he was Co-Director, with Cuba’s Minister of Finance, between 1996 and 2000 of the first major European Commission co-operation programme with the island. George is now working freelance on international projects and has international teaching commitments.

Democracy in Cuba

George Lambie • Aug 14 2013 • Articles
As the global financial crisis deepens, Cuba’s socialist experiment and its attempts to give democracy a participative social orientation may gain a global relevance in this age of uncertainty.

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