After Fidel: Raul Castro and the Future of Cuba's Revolution

Author:   Brian Latell
Publisher:   St Martin's Press
Edition:   Revised edition
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9781403975072


Pages:   304
Publication Date:   05 April 2007
Format:   Paperback
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Author:   Brian Latell
Publisher:   St Martin's Press
Imprint:   St Martin's Press
Edition:   Revised edition
Dimensions:   Width: 15.60cm , Height: 2.00cm , Length: 23.50cm
Weight:   0.353kg
ISBN:  

9781403975072


ISBN 10:   1403975078
Pages:   304
Publication Date:   05 April 2007
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Professional and scholarly ,  Undergraduate ,  Professional & Vocational
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   In Print   Availability explained
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In After Fidel, Brian Lattel combines more than thirty years of CIA expertise with academic rigor and lively prose. The combination is particularly suited for analyzing the CIA's nemesis for now nearly half a century and for making sense of what the future will bring to Cuba: a country whose importance to the<br>United States and Latin America one should never underestimate.--Jorge Castaneda, Former Foreign Secretary, Mexico Brian Latell is one of America's foremost Cuba analysts. He has produced a fascinating psychological profile of Fidel Castro and the man who, after forty-plus years in the shadows, may soon succeed him--his brother Raul. --George J. Tenet, Former Director, Central Intelligence Agency <br> Few Americans understand Cuba--past, present, and future--better than Brian Latell. He has combined an old CIA hand's knowledge and insights with a clear, readable writer's touch to bring both Castros--Fidel and his enigmatic brother Raul--to life. --Evan Thomas, Newsweek Magazine, New York Times bestselling author of Robert Kennedy: His Life<br> <br> After Fidel is the first complete and detailed analysis available on the impenetrable world of the leaders of Cuba. Latell succeeds in putting together the puzzle that 10 American administrations have been trying to decipher. This is invaluable work for those trying to understand Cuba and it's future--the result of Brian Latell's decades of dedication, discipline and sacrifice. --FAR Brigadier General Rafael del Pino, Highest Ranking Defector of the Cuban military <br> Latell dispels many of the fallacies, myths, and legends about Fidel and demonstrates how he uses the United States every time an internal problem arises in Cuba. . . Latell uses interviews with present and former members of Cuba's leadership and his own extensive knowledge, developed over 45 years in the intelligence community, to create a readable narrative and an excellent addition to the growing literature on Cuba. Highly recommended


In After Fidel, Brian Lattel combines more than thirty years of CIA expertise with academic rigor and lively prose. The combination is particularly suited for analyzing the CIA's nemesis for now nearly half a century and for making sense of what the future will bring to Cuba: a country whose importance to the<br>United States and Latin America one should never underestimate.--Jorge Castaneda, Former Foreign Secretary, Mexico Brian Latell is one of America's foremost Cuba analysts. He has produced a fascinating psychological profile of Fidel Castro and the man who, after forty-plus years in the shadows, may soon succeed him--his brother Raul. --George J. Tenet, Former Director, Central Intelligence Agency <br> Few Americans understand Cuba--past, present, and future--better than Brian Latell. He has combined an old CIA hand's knowledge and insights with a clear, readable writer's touch to bring both Castros--Fidel and his enigmatic brother Raul--to life. --Evan Thomas, Newsweek Magazine, New York Times bestselling author of Robert Kennedy: His Life<br> <br> After Fidel is the first complete and detailed analysis available on the impenetrable world of the leaders of Cuba. Latell succeeds in putting together the puzzle that 10 American administrations have been trying to decipher. This is invaluable work for those trying to understand Cuba and it's future--the result of Brian Latell's decades of dedication, discipline and sacrifice. --FAR Brigadier General Rafael del Pino, Highest Ranking Defector of the Cuban military <br> Latell dispels many of the fallacies, myths, and legends about Fidel and demonstrates how he uses the United States every time an internal problem arises inCuba. . . Latell uses interviews with present and former members of Cuba's leadership and his own extensive knowledge, developed over 45 years in the intelligence community, to create a readable narrative and an excellent addition to the growing literature on Cuba. Highly recommended -- Library Journal <br>


In After Fidel, Brian Lattel combines more than thirty years of CIA expertise with academic rigor and lively prose. The combination is particularly suited for analyzing the CIA's nemesis for now nearly half a century and for making sense of what the future will bring to Cuba: a country whose importance to the<br>United States and Latin America one should never underestimate.--Jorge Castaneda, Former Foreign Secretary, Mexico&nbsp; Brian Latell is one of America's foremost Cuba analysts. He has produced a fascinating psychological profile of Fidel Castro and the man who, after forty-plus years in the shadows, may soon succeed him--his brother Raul. --George J. Tenet, Former Director, Central Intelligence Agency <br> Few Americans understand Cuba--past, present, and future--better than Brian Latell. He has combined an old CIA hand's knowledge and insights with a clear, readable writer's touch to bring both Castros--Fidel and his enigmatic brother Raul--to life. --Evan Thomas, Newsweek


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BRIAN LATELL was the CIA National Intelligence Officer for Latin America from 1990-1994, the top analyst for Cuba and the Latin American region. He has studied and written about the Castros since the 1960s, providing briefs for presidents, intelligence agencies and top policymakers. He is currently a Senior Associate at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, USA.

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