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#38 Looking for Another Angola: Cuban Policy Dilemmas in Africa

By Carla Anne Robbins

A preliminary draft was presented to the San Francisco World Affairs Council on November 30, 1978.

Summary

The goal of this paper is not to establish either the dependency or the autonomy of Cuba's policies in Africa, but to analyze how Cuba's "dependent" commitments to the Soviet Union interact with Cuba's "autonomous" commitments to the Third World to reinforce and constrain Cuba's current policy choices in Africa.

#240 Bolivia, Chile y Perú: De la divergencia a la cooperación

By Antonio Araníbar Quiroga

 

From the Preface

Mexico in Transition (No. 1)

Wilson Center Reports on the Americas No. 1: Mexico in Transition

In May 2000, the Latin American Program and Yale University held a conference to assess the profound transformations underway in Mexico and in U.S.-Mexico relations.  This volume offers several of the presentations from this conference which address three areas of concern: political and social transition in Mexico; new directions in economic policy; and the changing nature of U.S.-Mexico relations.

Training a New Generation of Leaders (No. 3)

Wilson Center Reports on the Americas No. 3: Training a New Generation of Leaders

Paths to Regional Integration: The Case of MERCOSUR (No. 5)

Wilson Center Reports on the Americas No. 5: Paths to Regional Integration: The Case of MERCOSUR

The Crisis of Democratic Governance in the Andes (No. 2)

Wilson Center Reports on the Americas No. 2: The Crisis of Democratic Governance in the Andes

Religion, Culture, and Society: The Case of Cuba (No. 9)

Wilson Center Reports on the Americas No. 9: Religion, Culture, and Society: The Case of Cuba

Iran in Latin America: Threat or 'Axis of Annoyance'? (No. 23)

Wilson Center Report on the Americas No. 23: Iran in Latin America: Threat or 'Axis of Annoyance'?

The essays in this report reflect an effort to provide background and context for understanding Iran's relations with Argentina, Bolivia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, and Venezuela; the articles emphasize the foreign policy objectives and strategies of Latin American nations as well as the strategic objectives of the Iranian government.  Originally presented at a conference at the Woodrow Wilson Center in July 2008, the papers have since been revised, translated, and updated.

ECSP Report 8

What should have happened at the Johannesburg World Summit on Sustainable Development? And, given the Summit's decidedly mixed results, what should happen next? The 2002 issue of the Environmental Change and Security Program Report features 19 commentaries by experts worldwide on the most important issues for Johannesburg and beyond. Complete report.

Understanding Environment, Conflict, and Cooperation

This publication represents the UN Environmental Programme's response to the growing worldwide interest in further exploring the environment and security nexus and the contribution of timely and credible assessments to conflict prevention. It is the result of an ongoing collaboration between the UN Environmental Programme's Division of Early Warning and Assessment and the Environmental Change and Security Project (ECSP) at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Complete report.

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