The Powerful American Anti-Blockade Forces: What Will Trump Do?

  By Arnold August, June 27, 2018.   This was one of the many themes that resulted in interest, discussion and debate during the 13-city book tour of England, Scotland Continue Reading →

March 15: Discussion and talk by Arnold August, author of Cuba-U.S. Relations.

Panel members include: Don Foreman, Executive Member of Canadian Network on Cuba and 35-year activist with CUPW (Canadian Union of Postal Workers), and Errol Sharpe, Publisher, Fernwood Publishing (Halifax) “Arnold Continue Reading →

Message de salutations de Mara Bilbao Díaz, Consule Générale de la République de Cuba à Montréal

À l’occasion du lancement de livre CUBA–U.S. RELATIONS à la Librairie Paragraphe le 11 octobre, 2017 Mara Bilbao Díaz Merci  Arnold de nous avoir donné l’occasion de nous rencontrer aujourd’hui, et Continue Reading →

Toronto launch of Arnold August’s latest book, Cuba–U.S. Relations: Obama and Beyond

Trump’s Cuba Policy NEW on Cuba-U.S. Relations! On September 29, the US decided to withdraw 27 people from its Embassy in Havana leaving only a skeleton staff. (It was re-opened Continue Reading →

Montreal Book Launch and Discussion: Cuba-U.S. Relations

Join us as we launch CUBA-U.S. RELATIONS: OBAMA AND BEYOND by Arnold August Trump and Cuba NOUVEAU sur les relations Cuba/États-Unis. Le 29 septembre, les États-Unis ont décidé de retirer Continue Reading →

TEN ACADEMICS’ PRAISE FOR CUBA–U.S. RELATIONS AS PUBLISHED IN THE BOOK

TEN ACADEMICS’ PRAISE FOR CUBAUSRELATIONS AS PUBLISHED IN THE BOOK BY ARNOLDAUGUST Any open-minded discussion about the asymmetrical CubaUSRelations should start with this highly readable, informative book by ArnoldAugust — Continue Reading →

Now Available in the UK and Ireland from CentralBooks (U.K.)

Now available in the UK and Ireland from CentralBooks (U.K.) Cuba–U.S. Relations: Obama and Beyond, by Arnold August. Includes analysis on Trump. Arnold August’s bristling collection of interventions vigorously debunks Continue Reading →