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Cuba--Narcotics and Drug Trade
Cuba--Politics and Government
Cuba--Security and Defense
Intelligence and the Cuban Missile Crisis, edited by James G. Blight and David A. Welch. Portland, OR, Frank Cass, 1998. 234 p. (Studies in intelligence)
Book call no.: 973.922 I61
Salas, Osvaldo and Salas, Roberto. Fidel's Cuba: A Revolution in Pictures, Text by Gregory
Tozian. New York, Thunder's Mouth Press, 1998. 175 p.
Book call no.: 972.910640222 S161f
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.
CUBA--POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
Nathan, James A. Anatomy of the Cuban Missile Crisis. Westport, CT, Greenwood Press, 2001. 215 p.
A chronology of daily events.
The RAND Forum on Cuba, edited by Edward Gonzalez and Richard A.
Nuccio. Santa Monica, CA, RAND, 68 p. (Conference proceedings)
"National Security Research Division"
Book call no.: 327.7307291 R186
Castro's Cuba at 40. World & I 14:36-37 June 1999.
Falcoff, Mark. A Failed Revolution. World & I 14:38-43 June 1999.
Visitors to Cuba encounter a country suspended in time--the late 1950s.
Fontaine, Roger. After Castro--What? World & I 14:50-55 June 1999.
When the Castros depart, the Catholic Church could play a major role in the growth of civic politics.
Cuba Goes its Own Way: Looking Beyond Elian. World Press Review 48:19-24 April 2001.
Geyer, Georgie Annie. As Fidel Fades. The Washington Quarterly 24:31-40 Winter 2001.
Geyer, Georgie Anne. The Real Fidel. World & I 14:44-49 June 1999.
He is a man without scruples and principles, but with such extraordinary radar that after 40 years he remains in power.
Perez-Stable, Marifeli. Caught in Contradiction: Cuban Socialism Between Mobilization and Normalization. Comparative Politics 32, no 1:63-82 October 1999.
An analysis of Cuban socialism, including the role of the military.
Ratliff, William. New Thoughts about Fidel. Hoover Digest no.1:119-123 1999.
Reprinted form the Wall Street Journal, October 23, 1998, from an article entitled "A New 'Kissinger Commission' on Cuba".
CUBA--SECURITY AND DEFENSE
Tamayo, Juan O. U.S. Skeptical of Report on Cuban Biological Weapons. Current News: Early Bird, pp 71-73, June 24, 1999.
Reprinted from the Miami Herald, June 23, 1999.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. Castro's Crackdown in Cuba: Human Rights on Trial. Hearing. 106th Congress, 1st session, March 10, 1999. Washington, GPO, 1999. 37 p.
Book call no.: 327.7307291 U582c
Putman, John J. Cuba: Evolution in the Revolution. National Geographic 195:2-35 June 1999.
Ruiz Miyares, Jorge. A Look at Media in Cuba. Peace Review 11:77-82 March 1999.
The Americas Shift Toward Private Health Care. Economist 351:27-29+ May 8, 1999.
The Rebirth of Old Havana. National Geographic 195:36-45 June 1999.
Photographs by David Alan Harvey.
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