Date of Award
Josef Korbel School of International Studies
Aaron Schneider, Ph.D.
Cuba, Economic reform, Foreign policy, Foreign relations, Leadership, Politics
This dissertation discussed Cuba's processes of economic reform and political liberalization, and their impact on Cuba's foreign policy's adaptation to the post-Cold War. The first part of the dissertation explains economic reform and political liberalization from the perspective of partial reform equilibrium as a result of the Cuban Communist Party's focus on domestic stability and international legitimacy. The second part of the dissertation focused on Cuba's foreign policy dynamics associated to the domestic reform, the changes in the international system after the end of the Cold War and the asymmetric conflict between Cuba and the United States.
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Lopez-Levy, Arturo, "Cuba After Fidel: Economic Reform, Political Liberalization and Foreign Policy (2006–2014)" (2016). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 1212.
Received from ProQuest
Political Science, International Relations, Latin American Studies