This volume traces the developments in Cuba following the fall of
the Berlin Wall in November 1989 and the subsequent definitive
demise of state socialism. Working from the premise that most
non-European countries did not undergo the economic and political
regime changes experienced by their European counterparts, this
volume examines the nature of Cuban socialism. Topics covered
include: the reasons for the persistence of "the Cuban model," and
an examination of the complex interaction between elite and
non-elite actors, as well as between domestic and international
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