Humanitarian Aid for a Democratic Transition in Cuba

Seminar Proceedings, January 16, 2004, Washington, D.C.
  • 123 Pages
  • 2.35 MB
  • English
Cuban Transition Project Institute for Cuban
Public Policy - Social Services & Welfare, Politics - Current E
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL12332656M
ISBN 101932385134
ISBN 139781932385137

Cuba Humanitarian Aid. Feb.

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4, See the article in its original context from the value of private American aid licensed for export to Cuba between. U.S. Should Take Steps to ’contribute to rapid, peaceful, democratic transition in Cuba’ Says Council Task Force. January 7,   Cuba has consistently responded to emergency appeals for humanitarian aid by dispatching plane-loads of doctors, medicine and equipment - despite Author: Tom Fawthrop.

Cuba's regime will allow opposition parties to operate, but power will be in the hands of a dominant, PRI-like party controlled by the military.

Cuba’s “Democratic” Transition to the.

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See Juan Carlos Espinosa, "Civil Society in Cuba: The Logic of Emergence in Comparative Perspective," Cuba in Transition, Vol.

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