Foreword / Louis A. Pérez Jr Acknowledgments Introduction: Cuba in a global context / Catherine Krull International relations Disaster, disease, and environmental degradation: U.S.-Cuban cooperation as a bridge to reconciliation / William M. LeoGrande and Marguerite Rose Jiménez A model servant: the revolutionary armed forces and Cuban foreign policy / Hal Klepak Cuba's monumental children: Operation Peter Pan and the intimacies of foreign policy / Karen Dubinsky The role of the courts in shaping U.S. policy toward Cuba / Stanley J. Murphy Cuban-Chinese relations after the end of the cold war / Carlos Alzugaray Treto "Complicated and far-reaching": the historical foundations of Canadian policy toward Cuba / Asa McKercher Internationalism The Cuba-Venezuela alliance and its continental impact / Max Azicri Santeria commerce and the unofficial networks of interpersonal internationalism / Kevin M. Delgado The promise of globalization: sustainable tourism development and environmental policy in Cuba / Ricardo Pérez The heart of the matter: the impact of Cuban medical internationalism in the global south / Robert Huish Cuba's revolutionary agro-ecological movement: learning from the experience of food sovereignty / Efe Can Gürcan Postcards from abroad: the Cuban special period through Spanish eyes / Ana Serra Transnationalism Transnationalism and the Havana cigar: commodity chains, networks, and knowledge circulation / Jean Stubbs Through the eyes of foreign filmmakers: contradictions and paradigms of Cuban cinema after the revolution / María Caridad Cumaná Cubans in Spain: transnational connections and memories / Mette Louise Berg Oral history and constructions of racial memory / Yvette Louis Cubans without borders: from the buildup to the breakdown of a socially constructed wall across the Florida Straits / Susan Eckstein Ernesto Che Guevara, dispositions, and education for transnational social justice / John D. Holst. part I. International relations part II. Internationalism part III. Transnationalism.
Examines the relationships between post-revolutionary Cuba and other nations across the globe, providing case studies within the themes of international relations, internationalism, and transnationalism.
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Print version: Cuba in a global context : international relations, internationalism, and transnationalism. Gainesville : University Press of Florida,  xiii, 334 pages Contemporary Cuba