October 12, 2005
Since the Cuban revolution in 1959, and especially during the cold war, Cuba figured prominently in the policies that successive U.S. administrations formulated in dealing with Latin America as a whole. By sponsoring this panel, which will represent differing points of view, the Baker Institute's aim is to contribute to the analysis of this controversial relationship and prompt discussion of future U.S. policy options toward Cuba.
Elena M. Marks
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