|Tuesday, 09 September 2014 09:57|
(Miami, Florida) Dr. Andy Gomez, a senior advisor with Poblete Tamargo in Miami, was recently interviewed about his latest book, Social Challenges Facing Cuba.
Since the fall of the Soviet Union, there has been a rapid transition from communist regimes to more democratic forms of governments around the world. In most of these situations, the changes and pre-transition analyses have focused on the areas of political and economic transformation while paying very little attention to the impact such dramatic changes have on the people.
Gomez analyzes some of the human factors that arise during a transition as it applies to Cuba. The study will be an invaluable tool to U.S. policymakers as they consider the various issues that need to be factored in during Cuba's eventual break from totalitarian rule to a free system of government.
Gomez sat down with Eliott Rodriguez, an Emmy Award winning journalist and respected South Florida news anchor, to discuss the book.
You can view the interview at the CBS4 website.