Culture and Foreign Policy


Viewed From Afar

Author: Jerome A. Cohen
South China Morning Post

In response to the Taiwanese Pime Minister's comment that political critics who do not live in Taiwan cannot understand the country, Jerome Cohen argues that "foreign critics are useful precisely because their distance gives them a different perspective."

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Cuba: What Everyone Needs to Know

Author: Julia E. Sweig

A remarkably accessible portrait of Cuba's unique place on the world stage over the past fifty years, including its internal politics, its often fraught relationship with the United States, and its shifting relationship with the global community.

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