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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?
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Comparing the governments of Brazil, Mexico, and Cuba SS6CG2: The student will explain the structures of national governments in Latin America and the.
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES To organize an European network of researchers in social and human sciences thinking collectively on the practical conditions of the.
Latin America: Government Brazil, Mexico & Cuba. Brazil Federal Republic –Divides power between a national (federal) and local (state) governments. –Document.
Working to ensure the success of the 2015 conference a success. Organizing 2 regional meetings in the coming year. Celebrating World Hand Washing.
SS6H3: The student will analyze important 20 th century issues in Latin America and the Caribbean. a. Explain the impact of the Cuban Revolution b. Explain.
Copyright © 2008 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved. Chapter 17 China and India in the World Economy.
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SS6H3a – Student will be able to explain the impact of the Cuban Revolution.
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The Bolivarian Alliance for the countries of Our America.
History of the Caribbean Wednesday 13 April 2011.
International E-Conference on Economy under Sanctions Mohsen kelich Director of Toroudshomal Research Company And E-Conference General Chair 22 September.
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Cold War United Nations in April, 1945, an international peace keeping organization had representatives from 50 nations meet in San Francisco.
Ch 31 Cold War and Decolonization 1945–1975. The Cold War.
Orientation for Host Families Welcome! Thank you for coming!
Resources in the US Economy Human Resource Migrant Worker – move around to follow work Example: agricultural workers move throughout the country to pick.
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