There are few international relationships as intimate, as passionate - and as dysfunctional - as that of the United States and Cuba. In The Cuba Wars, Cuba expert Daniel Erikson draws on extensive visits and conversations with both Cuban government officials and opposition leaders - plus key players in Washington and Florida - to offer an unmatched portrait of a small country with outsized importance to Americans and American policy.
©2008 Daniel P. Erikson, Afterword copyright 2009 by Daniel P. Erikson (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
This book is relevant today as when it was written. It's time for the US to look at ourself and see the image we portray to other world leaders. This book takes a look at US policy against Cuba in all faucets. It is well researched and concussions are sound. A wide breadth approach with focus. The audible reading, however was slow. This may have a methodical purpose, but at time it felt arduous to listen.
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