Title

Cuban exile nationalism

Date of Award

2005

Availability

Article

Degree Name

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

First Committee Member

Jaime Suchlicki, Committee Chair

Abstract

How did the experience of exile, particularly in the Miami and New Jersey communities, affect the tenets of traditional Cuban nationalism? How does the resulting emergence of a "Cuban exile nationalism" affect the relationship between Cuba and the United States, Cuba and Latin America and among Cubans inside and outside the island? And lastly, what does the existence of this Cuban exile nationalism say with regards to the current debates within political science and international studies about the nature of nations and nationalism? How will the struggle among different nationalist strains affect Cuba's post-Castro transition?

Keywords

Political Science, International Law and Relations

Link to Full Text

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