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¡Viva Cuba! ¡Viva el Embargo!
Communication between.. Fidel Castro (Caitlin Fogarty and Ligia Alonso) and President Raul Castro
Raul’s Reforms Sept. ‘10 – New Self-Employment Reform April ‘11 – Proposed reforms to Property and Private Enterprise regime Open to dialogue with U.S. about “everything”
The Thawing of U.S.-Cuban Relations Relaxed restrictions on family travel and cash flows OAS ban lifted with conditions 55 percent of Cuban Americans oppose embargo
The Kantian Tripod Democracy International OrganizationsInternational Trade Peace
The Day after Tomorrow: A Post-Embargo World Opening to trade: An influx of U.S. imports The economic empowerment of our people and exchange of ideas Opening of political space DEMOCRACY
The Day after Tomorrow: Participation in IGOS Membership in regional organizations Pressure by other members DEMOCRACY
Isolation=Key to our Success End all overtures to the U.S. government Tone down criticism of “cruel” embargo in public discourse Stay out of regional organizations like the OAS
Gracias, Uncle Sam! Questions?
WHAT’S UP? OBAMA AND LATIN AMERICA. What Drives Foreign Policy? Generosity Friendship Proximity Repayment of historical debt Or Self-centered national.
US Trade Sanctions against Cuba
Cuban Revolution. Where is Cuba? 90 miles south of US.
CUBA AND US RELATIONS Global Issues Thursday 1/12/12.
Democracy. Cuba Government enacted The Agrarian Reform Law which nationalized all companies and lands property from U.S that were located in the island.
Patriotism or death. 1492 Columbus claimed Cuba for Spain. 1898 Spanish American War gave Cuba to the United States until it’s independence in.
❧ CUBA. ❧ Cuban Embargo ❧ US Citizens are banned from traveling to Cuba.
Change and Cuban American Politics Lisa García Bedolla University of California, Berkeley November 2013.
Foreign Policy. U.S.-Cuba Relations Foreign Policy - strategies that a country uses to achieve its national goals around the world.
9 th grade World Geography CUBA AND THE UNITED STATES.
Fidel Castro & The Cuban Revolution Aim: How did Fidel Castro come to power? & What does Cuba look like today?
UNSC Expansion: Don’t Stop at India! Presentation to Susan Rice, US Ambassador to the United Nations Prepared by Ligia Alonso and Caitlin Fogarty, Consultants.
Chapter 32 Section 1 Notes World History C. The Cuban Revolution Reason for Revolt – “A rich country with too many poor people” Corrupt dictators & Revolutionaries.
Luci Fernandes & Denis Rey. POLITICAL ANALYSIS 1959Cuban Revolution US Embargo 1961Bay of Pigs 1962Cuban Missile Crisis 1980Mariel Boatlift.
Revolution and Intervention. Trends in Latin America Roots of problems in Latin America come from colonialism After WWII, Turning to industrialization.
Latin American Revolutions! GUIDED NOTES ARE UNDERLINED.
Cuba, Mexico, Venezuela Basics Dr. Rich Edwards Professor of Communication Studies Baylor University.
Latin America: Government
1.Defining the Social Problem NEGATIVE CONSEQUENCES OF THE U.S. TRADE AND TRAVEL BAN ON CUBAN- AMERICAN RELATIONS.
From Cuba to Iraq: Trade Sanctions Reform and Agricultural Markets Presentation at SAEA Organized Symposium: The Impacts U.S. Unilateral Reform on Southern.
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