Why Cuba Still Matters

  • Diana Raby
Keywords: Revolutions, History, Movements

Abstract

In the early 1990s there was near unanimity in the media, in Western political circles, and even among academics that the collapse of the Cuban revolution was imminent. Even today, many observers regard it as only a matter of time for Cuba to undergo a transition to democracy (understood as a narrowly defined polyarchy) and a "market economy."
Published
2009-01-01
Section
Review of the Month