From Democracy Digest:
Living conditions in Cuba systematically deteriorated over the past decades. Many troubles could be avoided in the future if better political and economic institutions were established on the island, the LSE’s Latin America and Caribbean Centre (LACC) contends:
Widespread illegality coexists alongside relatively good security in Cuba. Economic and political liberalization are highly desirable and can entail significant benefits for the population. However, the process is not without danger. Vidal Romero’s book examines Cuba’s present security conditions and forecasts the effects of liberalization. Understanding these topics is key for a significant improvement of Cubans’ wellbeing and a more democratic political environment in this Caribbean nation.
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