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Three books examined Cuba's relationships with other nations and economic diversification-development alliances that shaped the country's role in Caribbean Basin affairs. Kenneth N. Skoug Jr presented his experiences as the State Dept's coordinator of Cuban affairs from 1982 to 1988, emphasizing Cuba's developmental coalition building efforts. Rodriguez-Beruff and Muniz's work focused on security and policy concerns in the post-Cold War Caribbean Basin while Tulchin, Serbin and Hernandez's bookdoi:10.2307/166302 fatcat:yrah3ls63vgxngqlex6ez6ersy