Interview – John M. Kirk

E-International Relations • Feb 26 2020 • Features
John M. Kirk discusses the new constitution in Cuba, the country's shifting relationships in the region, US-Cuban relations, and the alleged 'sonic attacks' on diplomats.

Interview – Dirk Kruijt

E-International Relations • Aug 15 2018 • Features
Dirk Kruijt discusses Cuba's relationship with the Latin American Left, including it's support for armed guerrillas, and how this policy has transformed over the decades.

Review – Cuban Revolution in America

Sean L. Malloy • Aug 4 2018 • Features
An important book that pushes studies of US radicals and transnational revolutionary connections beyond the comfortable terrain of the 1960s into the post-Cold War age.

Interview – Emily Morris

E-International Relations • Nov 4 2017 • Features
Dr. Morris discusses Cuba's economic reforms, the impact of Trump and the Venezuelan crisis on the Cuban economy, and the transition of leadership in post-Castro Cuba.

Review – Exporting Revolution: Cuba’s Global Solidarity

Robert Huish • Oct 1 2017 • Features
While this book covers some important and fascinating issues, Randall's mélange of mixed ideas require further clarification and deeper research of the subjects covered.

Interview – Bernard D’Mello

E-International Relations • Sep 10 2017 • Features
Journalist Bernard D'Mello discusses Fidel Castro's legacy in the Global South, imperialism, Maoist movements in South Asia and India's status as an emerging power.

Review – Che, My Brother

Antoni Kapcia • Apr 8 2017 • Features
A useful and highly readable addition to the 'good' literature, which succeeds in telling us something more subtle than the tendency to one-dimensional diatribes.

Interview – Antoni Kapcia

E-International Relations • Nov 17 2016 • Features
Antoni Kapcia discusses the recent détente between Cuba and the US, considers the future of Cuba's leadership, and emphasizes the unique nature of the Cuban system.

The Legacy of the Obama Administration

Glen Segell • Oct 30 2016 • Articles
During Obama’s tenure America's global leadership has declined to its lowest ebb leaving some allies to wonder how much they can rely on the US.

Statecraft and the Limitations of Economic Sanctions

Bryan Early • Aug 21 2016 • Articles
Strategies relying on the pure coercive nature of economic sanctions rarely succeed in their goals, and alone are not capable of forcing countries to make concessions.

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