An eclectic collection… offers refreshing new perspectives on Cuba's global impact since 1959.
Krull takes a fresh look at Cuba’s international relations in its attempt to survive its contentious relations with the United States and to build new bridges in the post-Cold War world.
Provides a range of international and interdisciplinary perspectives on the position of Cuba economically, politically and culturally in the globalising world of the early twentieth century. A fine collection.
--International Journal of Cuban Studies
A welcome volume. . . . Valid, valuable, and instructive.
--New West Indian Guide