Irving Louis Horowitz
Castro and the Caudillo
Francoism in Spain did not survive its namesake. Cuba’s brand of communism is likely to suffer a similar fate.
The Struggle for Democracy
The promotion of democracy is the centerpiece of Bush's foreign policy, but the president has yet to define democracy.
One Hundred Years of Ambiguity
Cuban independence was granted by the United States rather than earned by the Cubans. A century later, neither side has figured out exactly what Cuban nationalism means.