June 29, 2011
Change in Cuba: The View from Havana
Raúl Rodríguez, professor for the Study of the State, University of Havana, Cuba, studies the similarities and differences in the United States' and Canada's Cuba policy, the U.S. influence over Canada or lack thereof and Cuba's responses in the early years of the Cuban revolution.
Rodríguez holds a master's degree in 20th century history and international relations from the School of History and Social Sciences at the University of Havana and a degree in English from the Higher Institute of Foreign Languages. Among his most recent publications are "Convergence and Divergence in United States and Canadian Cuba Policy post 1959: A Triangular Comparative Analysis" (International Journal of Canadian Studies, 2008) and Canada and the Cuban Revolution: Defining the Rules of Engagement (Canadian Foreign Policy Journal, 2010).
Tuesday, July 5, 2011 at 7 p.m.
Webster University Emerson Library Conference Room, 101 Edgar Road, Webster Groves, MO 63119
The event is co-sponsored by Webster University and the Council on Foreign Relations St. Louis Committee and is free and open to the public.