Cuba and the United States: Does Engaging Our Adversaries Work?
Brookings Mountain West
After fifty years of hostilities, the United States is normalizing relations with a Cuba that is slowly changing toward a hybrid model of gradual economic liberalization and restricted political life. Thousands of Cubans, however, continue to leave the island in search of a better life in places like Nevada and Florida. Piccone will explain the pros and cons of the Obama Administration’s strategy from the perspective of U.S. national interests in a more open, stable and prosperous Cuba.
Cuba; Emigration and immigration; International relations; United States
Political Science | Public Policy
Cuba and the United States: Does Engaging Our Adversaries Work?.
Available at: https://youtu.be/SySTUxYWE0A
Theodore Piccone is a 2016-2017 Brookings Scholar fellow.
This public lecture was delivered on March, 29 2017, in Greenspun Hall, on the campus of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV).
Downloadable files associated with this event are:
"Cuba and the United States: Does Engaging Our Adversaries Work?," video; mp4 format; 1 hour, 2 minutes; 281 MB file size.