Professor Paul Webster Hare, a former Ambassador to Cuba, shares his latest reflections on the nation after a recent visit.
Professor Paul Hare, former British Ambassador to Cuba, predicts a visit to Havana by President Obama in the coming year.
Professor Paul Webster Hare discussed education in Cuba with the Wall Street Journal.
At a recent Pardee School symposium, scholars and diplomats examined the first year of closer relations between the U. S. and Cuba
The Pardee School was proud to host a variety of events commemorating Alumni Weekend 2015.
Former British Ambassador to Cuba Paul Hare was quoted in the Financial Times and New York Times.
Pardee School Lecturer Paul Webster Hare said that Pope Francis will work to establish a path forward for Church-run schools in Cuba.
Pardee School Professor Paul Webster Hare said that diplomacy offered a new vision of the future for the people of Cuba as it renews its ties with the U. S.
Pardee School Lecturer Paul Webster Hare spoke about his time as a British ambassador to Cuba with the Washington Post.
The Pardee School class “Cuba in Transition,” taught by a former ambassador, takes the unique approach of focusing on Cuba’s current events.
Pardee Lecturer Paul Webster Hare, former British Ambassador to Cuba, says that Cuban and U. S. businesses have a lot to learn about each other.
What does U. S. relations with Venezuela have to do with the diplomatic process in Cuba? Amb. Paul Webster Hare has the answer.
Paul Webster Hare writes in The Atlantic on the impact of new diplomatic openness between the U. S. and Cuba in the field of education.
Paul Webster Hare, visiting lecturer in International Relations and a former U. K. Ambassador to Cuba, has published a new book identifying the challenges of diplomacy in the 21st century – and offering solutions.
Ambassador Paul Hare said that both Cuba and the United States will undergo revolutions in thinking and policy as they establish closer diplomatic ties.
Paul Webster Hare said that Cuba’s need for hard currency was behind the thawing of relations between that nation and the U. S., as announced by president Barack Obama on Dec. 17.
Paul Webster Hare, visiting lecturer in International Relations at the Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University, spoke to the Financial Times on the possibility of a thaw in U. S. – Cuban relations.