Professor Renata Keller details parallels between the Cold War and the War on Drugs for InSight Crime.
The Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies is pleased to announce that it is offering a Spring 2016 trip to Cuba.
Professor Renata Keller said the U. S.’ Cold War policy of isolating Cuba led to unexpected results in Latin America.
At a recent Pardee School symposium, scholars and diplomats examined the first year of closer relations between the U. S. and Cuba
Pardee School Professor Renata Keller said that Cuba is becoming a diplomatic power player in the modern world.
The seeds of the global wars on both drugs and terror can be found in Mexico’s experience during the Cold War, says Renata Keller.
Renata Keller discovers the original 1956 arrest record of future Cuban leader Fidel Castro.
Pardee School Professor Renata Keller has published the book “Mexico’s Cold War: Cuba, The United States and the Legacy of the Mexican Revolution.”
Pardee School Professor Renata Keller said that a number of close calls in the early days of Fidel Castro’s rise to power could have forestalled the Cuban Revolution.
Want to learn Caribbean history in a whole new way? Let Renata Keller walk you through the world of Tropico 5.
Pardee School Professor Renata Keller was invited to speak at #ScholarFest 2015, an academic symposium held at the Library of Congress.
Pardee Professor Renata Keller spoke to the media on the implications of Chilean President Michelle Bachelet’s decision to remove her Cabinet.
Pardee Professor Renata Keller says the U.S. has a lot to undo when it comes to Cuba.
When the students of the future learn the history of Cuba, they’re going to know a very important term; 17-D.
Renata Keller tells RFI that the initiation of formal diplomatic relations between the U.S. and Cuba is a development of great promise.