Amb. Paul Webster Hare, Senior Lecturer at the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University, was interviewed for a recent article examining private entrepreneurship in Cuba.
Hare was interviewed for a July 16, 2018 article in Financial Times entitled “Cuba Binds Its Entrepreneurial Spirits With Red Tape.“
From the text of the article:
Paul Hare, a former British ambassador to Cuba, described the new rules as “an unsurprising but still breathtaking picture of the scope and footprint of suffocating contemporary Cuban bureaucracy.”
“The tentacles of the state are reaching ever more into every aspect of self-employment.”
Amb. Hare teaches classes at Boston University on Diplomatic Practice, Arms Control, Intercultural Communication and on Cuba in Transition. His novel, “Moncada – A Cuban Story”, set in modern Cuba, was published in May 2010. His book “Making Diplomacy Work; Intelligent Innovation for the Modern World.’ was published in early 2015.