restricted access   Volume 84, Number 2, Summer 2017

Table of Contents


William LeoGrande, Guest Coeditor

Introduction: Cuba Looks to the Future

pp. 235-252

Part I: Updating the Economy

Updating the Cuban Economy: The First 10 Years

pp. 255-275

Private and Cooperative Enterprise in Cuba's Economic Future

pp. 277-303

Bienvenida—Maybe: Cuba's Gradual Opening to World Markets

pp. 305-330

Race and Inequality in the New Cuba: Reasons, Dynamics, and Manifestations

pp. 331-349

Part II: Facing Political Challenges

Updating Cuban Socialism: The Politics of Economic Renovation

pp. 353-382

Cuba: Religion and Civil Society

pp. 383-405

Intellectuals, Civil Society, and Political Power in Cuba

pp. 407-428

Cuba's Digital Millennials: Independent Digital Media and Civil Society on the Island of the Disconnected

pp. 429-456

Part III: Engaging the World

A Long Legacy of Distrust and the Future of Cuban-US Relations

pp. 459-485

Cuba's Relations with Latin America

pp. 487-506

Havana, Moscow, and Beijing: Looking to the Future in the Shadow of the Past

pp. 507-526

Notes on Contributors

pp. 527-528

Endangered Scholars Worldwide

pp. v-xix