1. Updating the Cuban Economy: The First 10 Years
  2. Ricardo Torres Pérez
  3. pp. 255-275
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  1. Private and Cooperative Enterprise in Cuba's Economic Future
  2. Archibald R. M. Ritter
  3. pp. 277-303
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  1. Bienvenida—Maybe: Cuba's Gradual Opening to World Markets
  2. Richard E. Feinberg
  3. pp. 305-330
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  1. Race and Inequality in the New Cuba: Reasons, Dynamics, and Manifestations
  2. Katrin Hansing
  3. pp. 331-349
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  1. Updating Cuban Socialism: The Politics of Economic Renovation
  2. William M. LeoGrande
  3. pp. 353-382
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  1. Cuba: Religion and Civil Society
  2. Margaret E. Crahan
  3. pp. 383-405
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  1. Intellectuals, Civil Society, and Political Power in Cuba
  2. Rafael Hernández, Jackie Cannon
  3. pp. 407-428
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  1. Cuba's Digital Millennials: Independent Digital Media and Civil Society on the Island of the Disconnected
  2. Ted A. Henken
  3. pp. 429-456
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  1. A Long Legacy of Distrust and the Future of Cuban-US Relations
  2. Philip Brenner, Teresa García Castro
  3. pp. 459-485
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  1. Cuba's Relations with Latin America
  2. Carlos Oliva Campos, Gary Prevost
  3. pp. 487-506
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  1. Havana, Moscow, and Beijing: Looking to the Future in the Shadow of the Past
  2. Mervyn J. Bain
  3. pp. 507-526
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  1. Endangered Scholars Worldwide
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  1. Introduction: Cuba Looks to the Future
  2. William M. LeoGrande
  3. pp. 235-252
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 527-528
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