Reports and Papers
US-Cuba Policy and the National Interest:
Emerging From Conflict Project
Expanding the Dialogue
November 1, 2001, Washington, DC
January 2002, Washington, DC
February 2002, Los Angeles, CA
This project consists of a series of linked events to address key issues of US policy toward Cuba that are of concern to an increasing number of organizations, groups, and agencies.
Cuba and the United States in the World: Understanding the Practice of International Sanctions
Emerging From Conflict Conference
March 29-April 1, 2001, Seabrook Island, South Carolina
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Changing Patterns of Regional Conflicts and US Relations
Panel at the 42nd Annual Convention of the International
February 20-24, 2001, Chicago, Illinois
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Cuban and US Perspectives on Military Intervention in the Post-Cold War Era
Emerging from Conflict Conference
July 16-18, 2000, St. Paul, Minnesota
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Cuba and the United States: Approaches to Engagement
Thirty-Ninth Strategy for Peace Conference
October 29-31, 1998, Warrenton, Virginia
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