Table of contents for Canada, the United States, and Cuba : an evolving relationship / edited by Sahadeo Basdeo and Heather N. Nicol.


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Introduction
   Canada, the United States, and Cuba: An Introduction     1
   Sahadeo Basdeo and Heather N. Nicol
PART I: CUBA IN THE WIDER WORLD
   Chapter One
      Cuba's New Security Agenda: Much New, Much Old        7
   Hal Klepak

PART II: CANADA AND CUBA IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
   Chapter Two
      Canada, Cuba, and Constructive Engagement:
      Political Dissidents and Human Rights              27
   Sahadeo Basdeo and lan Hesketh
   Chapter Three
      Canada-Cuba Relations: "Northern Ice"or Nada Nuevo?  57
   Peter McKenna, John M. Kirk, and Christine Climenhage

PART III: THE UNITED STATES AND CUBA IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
   Chapter Four
      Cuba-United States Relations in the Post-Cold War
      Transition                                         75
   Stephen J. Randall
   Chapter Five
      Cuba in U.S. Foreign Policy:
      The Emergence of a "Post-Helms-Burton" Era?        95
   Daniel W. Fisk
   Chapter Six
      Cuba: The "Nerve-Racking Silence"of Liminality    113
   Karl B. Koth
PART IV: CONCLUSION
   Chapter Seven
      (Re)Imagining Cuba in a Global World: The Changing
      Geopolitical Discourse of Canada-Cuba and United States-Cuba
      Relations After Helms-Burton                      139
   Heather N. Nicol





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