Havana: Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores, 1963-1970. Run of the Cuban journal of foreign affairs, missing only number two until 1970. Published quarterly until 1968, thereafter twice a year. Length averages about 250 pages for early issues, much longer for many of the later issues. Numbers 11 and 12 and 22-24 are combined in single volumes; thus 23 separate volumes for the 26 numbers present. All in wraps; some have pencil marginalia and all have handling wear; some have old price stickers on the cover. Text in Spanish.
Useful resource for tracking Cuba's evolving foreign policy stance. Much theoretical content and numerous essays on ideology, as well as speeches by Castro and other leaders. Critques of US activity in Vietnam and the Dominican Republic, apartheid in South Africa, and discussion of other revolutionary movements.