José Azel left Cuba in 1961 as a 13 year-old political exile in what has been dubbed Operation Pedro Pan - the largest unaccompanied child refugee movement in the history of the Western Hemisphere.
He is currently dedicated to the in-depth analyses of Cuba's economic, social and political state, with a keen interest in post-Castro-Cuba strategies as a Senior Scholar at the Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies (ICCAS) at the University of Miami and has published extensively on Cuba related topics.
Issue 62 Cuba's New "Autonomists" of the XXI Century >Link Here
Issue 61 A Latin American opportunity for the Trump Administration >Link Here
Issue 60 The Role of Interpersonal Trust in Politics and Economics >Link Here
Issue 59 Desiderata for the Cuban Nation >Link Here
Issue 57 President Obama's "Anti-Logic" Cuba Policy >Link here
Issue 55 "Gentlemen Only Defend Lost Causes" >Link Here
Issue 54 The Perils of Moral Equivalence in Foreign Policy >Link Here
Issue 53 Lessons for Cuba of the East European Experience >Link Here
Issue 52 Post Communism is not Pre Democracy >Link Here