Caribbean Area


March 2002
Compiled by Ron Fuller, Bibliographer
Air University Library
Maxwell AFB, AL

CONTENTS

Caribbean Area
Cuba--Economic Aspects 
Cuba-- Foreign Relations--Mexico
Cuba--Foreign Relations--United States
Cuba--Guantanamo Bay

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Caribbean Area


Books

Atkins, G. Pope. Latin America and the Caribbean in the International System. 4th ed. Boulder, CO, Westview Press, 1999. 449 p.
Book call no.: 327.8 A873L 1999

Atkins, G. Pope. Handbook of Research on the International Relations of Latin America and the Caribbean. Boulder, CO, Westview, 2001. 411 p.
"...a multidisciplinary reference to the literature on the international relations of Latin America and the Caribbean....[with] more than 1,600 books cited..."
Book call no.: 327.729 A873h

Rogozinski, Jan. A Brief History of the Caribbean: From the Arawak and the Carib to the Present. Rev. ed. New York, Facts on File, 1999. 415 p.
Book call no.: 972.9 R735b 1999

Serbin, Andres. Sunset over the Islands; The Caribbean in an Age of Global and Regional Challenges. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1998. 136 p.
Book call no.: 327.729 S482s

The Policy Implementation Process in Developing Nations, edited by Fred A. Lazin. Stanford, CN, JAI Press, 1999. 166 p.
Legislative Behavior and Policy Implementation in the Caribbean, by Gregory S. Mahler and Kern W. Craig, pp 107-122.
Book call no.: 338.90091724 D766

United Nations. Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean. Economic Survey of the Latin America and the Caribbean 1997-1998. Santiago, Chile, 1998. 268 p.
Includes a Statistical Annex on two diskettes.
Book call no.: 330.98 U58e 1997/98

Winn, Peter. Americas: The Changing Face of Latin America and the Caribbean. Berkeley, CA, University of California Press, 1999. 646 p.
Book call no.: 980 W776a 1999

Periodicals

Abel, David. Holes Open in US Drug-Fighting Net. Current News: Early Bird, pp 27-28, July 28, 1999.
Closing of military bases in Panama could affect US ability to combat drug flow throughout the Caribbean. Reprinted from the Christian Science Monitor, July 28, 1999.

Caribbean Has Become the World's Number-Two AIDS Disaster Area.
Latin American Weekly Report, p 289, June 26, 2001.

Dendy, John. Drug Sweep: Airmen Help Federal Agents on Drug Zone Stakeouts. Airman 45:2-7 February 2001.

Dendy, John. Hello, Old Friend: Airmen Are Serving in Curacao for the First Time Since World War II. Airman 45:8-15 February 2001.

Griffith, Ivelaw. Organized Crime in the Western Hemisphere: Content, Context, Consequences, and Countermeasures. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 8:1-33 Spring 1999.

Ho, Christine G. T. Caribbean Transnationalism as a Gendered Process. Latin American Perspectives 26:34-54 September 1999.

Knight, W. Andy and Persaud, Randolph B. Subsidiary, Regional Governance, and Caribbean Security Latin American Politics and Society 43:29-56 Spring 2001.
Efforts by the Caribbean states "to restructure their relationship with the United States."

Miller, Eric. Coast Guard Is a Partner in Caribbean Security. U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 125:58-61 December 1999.

Was Cosying Up to Libya a Good Idea?
Latin American Weekly Review, p 452, September 25, 2001.
Concerns about deals with Libya in view of its status as a state sponsoring terrorism.


Cuba--Economic Aspects 


Books

Schwab, Peter. Cuba: Confronting the U.S. Embargo. New York, St Martin's Press, 1999. p
Book call no.: 337.7291073 S398c

PERIODICALS

Boas, Taylor C. The Dictator's Dilemma? The Internet and U.S. Foreign Policy Toward Cuba. The Washington Quarterly 23:57-67 Summer 2000.

Dilla Alfonso, Haroldo. The Cuban Experiment: Economic Reform, Social Restructuring, and Politics. Latin American Perspectives 27:33-44 January 2000.
The theme of this issue is "The Working Class, Democracy, and Justice".

Fisk, Daniel W. Cuba: The End of an Era. The Washington Quarterly 24:93-107 Winter 2001.
Discusses future of trade embargo.

Schwartzman, Kathleen C. Can International Boycotts Transform Political Systems? The Cases of Cuba and South Africa. Latin American Politics and Society 43:115-146 Summer 2001.
Author presents argument "that the embargo against Cuba cannot have its intended results."


Cuba Foreign Relations--Mexico


Building Bridges in Cuba: Visit to Havana Seeks to Boost Sagging Relations. Latin American Weekly Report, p 66, February 5, 2002.
Mexico's President Fox in Cuba.


Cuba Foreign Relations--United States


Books

U.S.-Cuban Relations in the 21st Century, Bernard W. Aronson and William D. Rogers, Co-Chairs. New York, Council on Foreign Relations, 1999. 83 p.
Book call no.: 327.7307291 U58

U.S.-Cuban Relations in the 21st Century: A Follow-on Chairman's Report of an Independent Task Force: Sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations, Bernard W. Aronson and William D. Rogers, Co-Chairs and Julia Sweig and Walter Mead, Project Directors. New York, Council on Foreign Relations, 2001. 79 p.
Book call no.: 327.7307291 U58 2001

Documents

Boone, Douglas A. U.S.-Cuba Policy for the Next Millennium. Carlisle Barracks, PA, Army War College, March 1999. 36 p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 39080-537 B724u

Cordero, Maria. The United States and Cuba: Past Present & Future. Miami, FL, School of International Studies, University of Miami, April 2000. 171 p.
Also available online at: https://research.au.af.mil/papers/ay2000/affellows/cordero.pdf
Doc. call no.: No paper copy available.

Periodicals

Bernstein, Barton J. Understanding Decisionmaking, U.S. Foreign Policy, and the Cuban Missile Crisis. International Security 25:134-164 Summer 2000.
Discussion of original and revised editions of Essence of Decision: Explaining the Cuban Missile Crisis by Graham T. Allison and Phillip Zelikow.

Boas, Taylor C. The Dictator's Dilemma? The Internet and U.S. Foreign Policy Toward Cuba. The Washington Quarterly 23:57-67 Summer 2000.

Clissold, Gillian Gunn. Cooperate with Castro on Drugs. Current News: Early Bird, pp 21-22, August 25, 1999.
Reprinted from the Washington Post, August 25, 1999, p 17.

Fisk, Daniel W. Cuba: The End of an Era. The Washington Quarterly 24:93-107 Winter 2001.
Discusses future of trade embargo.

Instability Sweeps Political Landscape.
Central America Report 28:1-2 March 16, 2001.
Political fallout from banking scandals.

Maggs, John. New President, Same Old Cuba Policy. National Journal 33:1822-1823 June 16, 2001.
Arguments for getting tougher on Cuba.

Merom, Gil. The 1962 Cuban Intelligence Estimate: A Methodological Perspective. Intelligence and National Security 14:48-80 Autumn 1999.

Nathan, James A. Anatomy of the Cuban Missile Crisis. Westport, CT, Greenwood Press, 2001. 215 p.
A chronology of daily events.

New Target: Poverty in Place of Peace. Central America Report 29:1-2 February 8, 2002.
Guatemala promotes idea the poverty threatens ability to govern, undermining efforts to achieve peace.

Schwartzman, Kathleen C. Can International Boycotts Transform Political Systems? The Cases of Cuba and South Africa. Latin American Politics and Society 43:115-146 Summer 2001.
Author presents argument "that the embargo against Cuba cannot have its intended results."

Simendinger, Alexis. Cuba Countdown. National Journal, 31,2622-2625 September 18, 1999.
Prospects for easing relations with Cuba.

Vanderbush, Walt. Policy Toward Cuba in the Clinton Administration. Political Science Quarterly 114:387-408 1999.
Reviews the historical role of Congress and the President in foreign policy relating to Cuba through the Helms-Burton legislation of 1996.


CUBA--GUANTANAMO BAY


Documents

Hofstetter, Melinda. Guantanamo Bay Migrants: Intelligence and Operations in a Decade of Humanitarian Assistance. Washington, Joint Military Intelligence College, May 1999. 20 p.
Discussion paper number eight.
Doc. call no.: M-U 44217-1 no.8

Periodicals

Rosenberg, Carol. Guantanamo Base Free of Land Mines, but U.S. Officials Fear Wave of Defectors. Current News: Early Bird, pp 21-23, June 30, 1999.
Reprinted from the Miami Herald, June 29, 1999.


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