Cuba and Venezuela: An insight into two revolutions

Ocean Press, 1 mai 2006 - 190 pages
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“Venezuela now presents a similar problem as Cuba for US interests in the hemisphere.”—Noam Chomsky

With Latin America becoming more volatile than it has been for decades, this book addresses the question everyone (friend and foe of President Chávez) is asking: Is Venezuela taking the Cuban road?

In the face of Chávez’s outspoken resistance to the neoliberal project in Latin America, accelerating social reforms in Venezuela, and rising hysteria in Washington about the relationship between Chávez and Fidel Castro, this is a uniquely objective and authoritative analysis by Cuba’s ambassador to Venezuela.

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Contemporary Cuba
In the line of fire
The Bolivarian revolution and the social missions
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Germán Sánchez is a Cuban academic and diplomat and has been the Cuban ambassador to Venezuela since 1994.

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