The more things change in Cuba’s external relations, the more they remain the same in its domestic politics

Author
Ted. A Henken
Content Type
Special Report
Institution
Center for the Opening and Development of Latin America (CADAL)
Abstract
As Cuba’s foreign relations undergo epoch-making change, and following President Barack Obama’s historic visit to the island in March, Havana circles the wagons of state doubling down on political centralization under Raúl Castro and los históricos.
Topic
Foreign Policy, Authoritarianism, Freedom of Expression, Domestic politics
Political Geography
Cuba, Latin America