Soviet-Cuban Relations 1985 to 1991 is a comprehensive and critical resource for the study of Soviet foreign policy. It analyzes the dynamic relationship between the Soviet Union and Cuba during the Gorbachev era. Mikhail S. Gorbachev served as the General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union between March 1985 and August 1991, leading to significant changes in the Soviet's domestic and international relations. Mervyn J. Bain analyzes the politics and policies of the Soviet Union's glasnost and perestroika programs, Cuba's response to these programs, and the subsequent interactions between the two countries. Bain updates and contextualizes existing research on Soviet-Cuban relations to reinforce the importance of this critical period and its continuing influence on today's world. Soviet-Cuban Relations 1985 to 1991 is important reading for scholars interested in the complexities of socialist politics and international relations.
Soviet-Cuban Relations 1985 to 1991
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