Hare Publishes Op-Ed on U.S. Relationship with Socialist Policies
From Medicare and public schools to free COVID-19 vaccines and testing, Ambassador Hare notes that the U.S. already has implemented some level of socialist policies and the pandemic has increased the need for more.
Queen Elizabeth II, Her Legacy, & What’s Next for the British Monarchy
During this Beyond the Headlines, Boston University diplomacy, history, and global affairs scholars and practitioners explored how the late Queen reinforced the monarchy within Britain, how she shaped public perception of the monarchy, the role she played in colonial governance and decolonization, and much more.
Hare Recounts His Experience Working with Queen Elizabeth II
Ambassador Hare recalls Queen Elizabeth’s deep global knowledge, her impact on his life and the United Kingdom at large, and even how his connections to the royal family extended to how he and his wife met.
Hare Comments on Future Protests in Cuba
“The causes of the protesters’ discontent have not been addressed, and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has only aggravated Cuba’s economic misery.”
Hare Quoted on Ukraine War’s Impact on Cuba
“Cuba will be seen as complicit in Putin’s attempt to redraw the map of Europe and upend the world order.”
Hare Describes How Putin’s Foreign Policy Has Alienated Allies
“Putin has shown – particularly to China – that he is obsessed with restoring Russian control over Ukraine even if it means threatening the interests and good will of his allies and friends.”
Hare Publishes Op-Ed on Ukraine Crises’ Impact on Florida
“Florida’s politicians need to assess the Ukraine issue in a broader historical context…Glib attempts to recast Putin as somehow aligned with America’s and Florida’s interests suggests a reckless case of amnesia.”
Hare Comments on Anti-Government Protests in Cuba
“What Cuba’s government has always dreaded is a coordinated movement, as opposed to sporadic protests…They see it as the possible genesis of an organized rival political movement.”
Hare Quoted Discussing Freedom of Expression in Cuba
Ambassador Hare discusses unrest between artists and the Cuban government as well as the use blame pinned on the U.S.
Hare Quoted Discussing Cuba’s Medical Diplomacy
Ambassador Hare discusses Cuba’s medical diplomacy, a practice that has sent many of its doctors doctors abroad to combat the coronavirus.
Hare Quoted Discussing Eusebio Leal’s Passing
Amb. hare recounts working with Eusebio Leal, a Cuban historian who led the restoration of Old Havana, who recently passed away.
Hare in Miami Herald: A New Cuba
Professor Paul Webster Hare, a former Ambassador to Cuba, shares his latest reflections on the nation after a recent visit.
Hare in Adviser: Cuba and the U. S.
Professor Paul Hare, former British Ambassador to Cuba, predicts a visit to Havana by President Obama in the coming year.
Hare in WSJ: Education in Cuba
Professor Paul Webster Hare discussed education in Cuba with the Wall Street Journal.
Symposium Examines Year of US-Cuba Relations
At a recent Pardee School symposium, scholars and diplomats examined the first year of closer relations between the U. S. and Cuba
Alumni Weekend at Pardee
The Pardee School was proud to host a variety of events commemorating Alumni Weekend 2015.
Hare in the Media: Pope’s Cuba Visit
Former British Ambassador to Cuba Paul Hare was quoted in the Financial Times and New York Times.
Hare in Miami Herald: Cuba and the Church
Pardee School Lecturer Paul Webster Hare said that Pope Francis will work to establish a path forward for Church-run schools in Cuba.
Paul Hare on BBC Radio: New Future for Cubans
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.
Hare in WaPo: The Veil in Cuba
Pardee School Lecturer Paul Webster Hare spoke about his time as a British ambassador to Cuba with the Washington Post.