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Dr. Francisco Wong-Diaz

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Dr. Francisco Wong-Diaz is an attorney and professor of law, political science and international relations at the City College of San Francisco. He is a Member of the Committee on the Present Danger, the World Association of International Studies (WAIS), and the State Bars of California and Florida. He served as Associate Dean and Director of the Inter-American Center at Miami-Dade College, and was a visiting scholar at the University of California at Berkeley Graduate School of Business, visiting researcher at the Hoover Institution, and a Rackham Fellow at the University of Michigan. Dr. Wong-Diaz has also served on the editorial board of the California Lawyer and taught at the University of Michigan, University of Detroit, and San Francisco State University. For over 2 decades, he has provided political analysis and commentary for Univision, KDTV-14, in San Francisco, California. He specialized in national security law at the University of Virginia National Security Law Center and is listed in Who’s Who in America. His publications include American Politics in a Changing World (2nd ed., 2004); scholarly articles; and contributions to the New York Times, Washington Times, San Jose Mercury News, Marin Independent Journal, FrontPage Magazine, and other outlets. Dr. Wong-Diaz holds a B.A. with honors from Northern Michigan University, an M.A. and Ph.D. in political science from the University of Michigan, and a J.D. from UC-Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law.

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SSI books and monographs by Dr. Francisco Wong-Diaz

  • Castro's Cuba: Quo Vadis?

    December 29, 2006

    Authored by Dr. Francisco Wong-Diaz.
    The United States, particularly the Army, has a long history of involvement with Cuba. What would be the strategic and political implications attendant to Castro’s eventual demise or incapacitation?