Cuban Security Instruments

XIX and XX Century: (B&W) Bonds, Promissory Notes, Stocks, DOCUMENTS & Plus

Author: Carlos Berenguer

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Page: 404

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There are many different kinds of Security Instruments. If we speak about Bonds, Stocks, Promissory Notes, etc., we are somehow referring to some type of securities and their main manifestations. There are investment, commitment, offer, gift and aid quotas instruments, among others.There are security instruments aiming at multiple purposes, some are exchangeable, with others and their value grows over time, some finance a war, a church, a school graduation. There are security instruments that, once they have been obtained, pay you interests for life provided that the conditions do not change, some of them are linked with debt and also there are some that unfortunately are absolutely valueless and are even deceitful.In addition, there are receipts, letters of intent, bills of exchange, etc., and each and every one of them somehow tell us something, they tell us a story, they compel us to study, classify, collect them and now I can show them to you, otherwise they would remain locked somewhere in my modest office.And now I would probably be exaggerating when I say that any document or story that clarifies, that shows us a missing link about an event, is worthy of being duly preserved, classified and ordered.In this book you will find many types of documents which I have described ranging from the most valuable and rare to correspondence and notes that you might wonder why I have included them. I wanted to show not only my main pieces but also everything I have collected for over 50 years, even if certain pieces lack, or perhaps you can't find, the value that I found in them at some point.I hope you enjoy this work and that you can derive some benefit from it; it was done with that purpose in mind.My gratitude to you all for showing interest in my work and my private collection of not only Security Instruments but also some other Memorabilia that might contribute to making this reading more enjoyable.Thank you.

Cuban Security Instruments

XIX and XX Century: (Color) Bonds, Promissory Notes, Stocks, DOCUMENTS & Plus

Author: Carlos Berenguer

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Page: 404

View: 392

There are many different kinds of Security Instruments. If we speak about Bonds, Stocks, Promissory Notes, etc., we are somehow referring to some type of securities and their main manifestations. There are investment, commitment, offer, gift and aid quotas instruments, among others.There are security instruments aiming at multiple purposes, some are exchangeable, with others and their value grows over time, some finance a war, a church, a school graduation. There are security instruments that, once they have been obtained, pay you interests for life provided that the conditions do not change, some of them are linked with debt and also there are some that unfortunately are absolutely valueless and are even deceitful.In addition, there are receipts, letters of intent, bills of exchange, etc., and each and every one of them somehow tell us something, they tell us a story, they compel us to study, classify, collect them and now I can show them to you, otherwise they would remain locked somewhere in my modest office.And now I would probably be exaggerating when I say that any document or story that clarifies, that shows us a missing link about an event, is worthy of being duly preserved, classified and ordered.In this book you will find many types of documents which I have described ranging from the most valuable and rare to correspondence and notes that you might wonder why I have included them. I wanted to show not only my main pieces but also everything I have collected for over 50 years, even if certain pieces lack, or perhaps you can't find, the value that I found in them at some point.I hope you enjoy this work and that you can derive some benefit from it; it was done with that purpose in mind.My gratitude to you all for showing interest in my work and my private collection of not only Security Instruments but also some other Memorabilia that might contribute to making this reading more enjoyable.Thank you.

Economic Instruments of Security Policy

Influencing Choices of Leaders

Author: G. Shiffman

Publisher: Springer

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Category: Political Science

Page: 228

View: 610

Governments have at their disposal many economic instruments to promote national security, such as sanctions, foreign aid, international trade, international finance and laws blocking funds for international terrorism. This book examines the use of theses economic policies and addresses how best to measure their effectiveness.

Economic Instruments of Security Policy

Influencing Choices of Leaders

Author: G. Shiffman

Publisher: Springer

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Category: Political Science

Page: 193

View: 153

This book examines the economic policies available to a head of state and addresses how best to measure the success of these tools. It surveys policies currently used as well as those that may not be appreciated for their national security application, and examines case studies to provide a way forward in tackling the war on terrorism.

Economic Instruments of Security Policy

Influencing Choices of Leaders

Author: Gary M. Shiffman

Publisher: Springer

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Category: Business & Economics

Page: 228

View: 292

A much-needed new look at National Security post-2005 and the economic factors that influence it

Reinventing the Cuban Sugar Agroindustry

Author: Jorge F. Pérez-López

Publisher: Lexington Books

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Category: Business & Economics

Page: 323

View: 488

The demise of the international socialist community led to a loss in preferential markets for Cuban sugar industry. In response to the current crisis this volume gathers over a dozen recognized world experts on Cuban agroindustry to analyze specific topics and make recommendations that would reinvent the industry for effective transition to a free market environment.

National Security Implications of U.S. Policy Toward Cuba

Hearing Before the Subcommittee on National Security and Foreign Affairs of the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, First Session, April 29, 2009

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Subcommittee on National Security and Foreign Affairs

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Category: Cuba

Page: 182

View: 727

Changing Cuba-U.S. Relations

Implications for CARICOM States

Author: Jacqueline Laguardia Martinez

Publisher: Springer

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Category: Political Science

Page: 225

View: 121

This book analyses the evolving engagement of the United States and Cuba, along with the impact of this relationship on Cuba-CARICOM relations and the Caribbean. Through a Caribbean perspective, the chapters discuss the implications of the U.S.-Cuba relationship economically, institutionally and developmentally. Based on the findings of their research, the authors provide policy recommendations to CARICOM on potential areas for enhancing relations between CARICOM and Cuba, drawing on fieldwork and interviews with policymakers, academics, non-governmental organizations, and regional experts.

The President's New Cuba Policy and U.S. National Security

Hearing Before the Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fourteenth Congress, First Session, February 26, 2015

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere

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Category: Cuba

Page: 72

View: 508

U.S. Trade Embargo of Cuba

Hearings Before the Subcommittees on International Trade and Commerce and International Organizations of the Committee on International Relations, House of Representatives, Ninety-fourth Congress, First Session, on H.R. 6382 ...

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on International Relations. Subcommittee on International Trade and Commerce

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Category: Cuba

Page: 653

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Paths for Cuba

Reforming Communism in Comparative Prospective

Author: Scott Morgenstern

Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press

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Category: History

Page: 408

View: 139

The Cuban model of communism has been an inspiration—from both a positive and negative perspective—for social movements, political leaders, and cultural expressionists around the world. With changes in leadership, the pace of change has accelerated following decades of economic struggles. The death of Fidel Castro and the reduced role of Raúl Castro seem likely to create further changes, though what these changes look like is still unknown. For now, Cuba is opening in important ways. Cubans can establish businesses, travel abroad, access the internet, and make private purchases. Paths for Cuba examines Cuba’s internal reforms and external influences within a comparative framework. The collection includes an interdisciplinary group of scholars from around the world to explore reforms away from communism.

Castro's Network in the U.S. (Fair Play for Cuba Committee).

Hearings Before the United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee To Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws, Eighty-Eighth Congress, First Session

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws

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Category: Communism

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View: 293