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The easing of USA and Cuba relations from the standpoint of the Cuban Mafia
The easing of USA and Cuba relations from the standpoint of the Cuban Mafia

Examination of the impact of emerging US-Cuba relations on Cuban organized crime.  By Sayoni Biswas. (09/20/2015)

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US-CUBA: Five Decades of an Admittedly Failed Policy
An article analyzing the US foreign policy on Cuba. By Charles Davis (Inter-American Dialogue 09/21/2009) Read More...


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Raúl Castro and Cuba: Reading the Changes
A high-level reshuffle in Havana reveals much about the political character of the Cuban leadership in a testing new era, says Antoni Kapcia. (Open Democracy, 04/22/2009) Read More...


A Step Towards Autonomy and Reintegration: The Rio Group and Cuba
A Step Towards Autonomy and Reintegration: The Rio Group and Cuba
Author explores Cuba's new relationship with The Rio Group and its possible impacts. By Adam Kott. (IA-Forum, 04/02/2009) Read More...


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Still Stuck on Castro
How the press handled a tyrant's farewell. By Michael C. Moynihan. (Reason Online, 02/22/2008 Read More...


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Event: Planning for a Post-Fidel Cuba (audio)
Audio of conference call by the U.S.-Cuba Policy Initiative who gathered leading Cuba watchers and scholars to discuss the implications of Fidel Castro's announcement that he will not seek nor will he... Read More...


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The Havana Note
Group blog covering various corners of the cultural, political, military and economic dimensions of US-Cuba relations. Read More...


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The Wrong Experience
Author uses discussion of a failed U.S. policy towards Cuba to examine the Democratic Presidential candidates. Concludes that 'Clinton has immense experience and is an attractive candidate. But she i... Read More...


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Post-Fidel Plans for U.S.-Cuba Relations, Migration Policy
The author discusses the options for altering US-Cuba relations and the migration policy one year after Fidel Castro ceded power to his brother Raul. By Mark Falcoff. (American Enterprise Institute,... Read More...


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Post-Fidel Cuba
The author suggests what policies the Bush administration and Congress should pursue in anticipation of the post-Castro and democratic eras in Cuba. By Vicki Huddleston. (Brookings Institution, 2/6/... Read More...


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Fidel's Final Victory
The U.S. must recognize the political reality in Cuba and stop insisting on regime change. Otherwise, it will miss another opportunity to improve relations in the post-Fidel period that is already un... Read More...


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Cubans ponder life without Fidel
Americans and Cubans alike began contemplating a world without Fidel Castro yesterday, in most cases responding cautiously on the Caribbean island's first day since 1959 without the ailing 79-year-old... Read More...


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Cuba foils embargo, helped by benefactor, Venezuela
Article looks at how Cuba's economy, despite years of U.S. sanctions, is currently relatively healthy because of aid from Venezuela. Author observes what looks to many like a trade alliance of ideolog... Read More...


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Springtime for Cuba?
The author discusses Cuba’s future in the post-Fidel Castro era and suggests a set of policies that the US should adopt in order to aid the Cuban transition to democracy. By Stephen Johnson. (Herita... Read More...


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Will Cuban Oil Find Break U.S. Embargo?
From here on out, say a growing chorus of experts, America will pay a price for maintaining its 45-year trade ban with Cuba -- a strategic and economic price that will have negative repercussions for ... Read More...


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The Unstoppable Cuban Spring
Author discusses the Cuban Varela Project, a working document that explores how best to bring democracy back to Cuba. By Oswaldo José Payá Sardiñas. (Washington Post, 7/1/2006) Read More...


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Globoquiz: Guess the Leader
Discusses different political leaders of socialist regimes. By Moisés Naím. (Carnegie Endowment 1/01/05) Read More...


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Association of Latin-American Integration. (ALADI)
ALADI is the largest Latin-American group of integration. It has twelve member countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela, tot... Read More...


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Christmas chronicle
Rafael Ferro Salas analyzes the meaning of Christmas in Cuba. (Cubanet, 01/03/2005) Read More...


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In Cuba's prisons
Two political prisioners just released recount to Le Monde the degrading treatment dissidents are subject to in Cuban jails. (Cubanet, 01/03/2005) Read More...


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Don't reward Castro for releasing prisoners
It is very important that the pressure against the dictatorship should continue, Carlos Alberto Montaner argues. (Firmas Press, 12/07/2004) Read More...


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U.S. diplomat pushes democracy in Cuba
James Cason, America's top diplomat in Havana, got right to work after arriving two years ago. He journeyed across the island, meeting with political dissidents and other supposed ''subversives.'' He ... Read More...


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Cuba renews official contact with the Spanish ambassador
The Cuban government announced the renewal of official contact with the Spanish ambassador to the island after the tense nature of relations since last year, when the European Union invited "dissident... Read More...


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Havel calls for democracy in Cuba
"Cuba is a giant prison," said Mr. Havel. By Voice of America. (Cubanet, 10/11/2004) Read More...


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Administration backing off on Cuba's germ warfare ability
New intelligence report says, contrary to what was reported in 1999, that bio-weapons programs in Cuba are uncertain. (San Francisco Cronicle, 09/18/2004) Read More...


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The real Cuba
A group of American Christian pastors recently visited Cuba. Their main goal was to criticize the travel restrictions imposed by U.S. State Department. By Joseph Farah (Cubanet, 07/30/2004) Read More...


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The Hispanic Challenge
The persistent inflow of Hispanic immigrants threatens to divide the United States into two peoples, two cultures, and two languages. Unlike past immigrant groups, Mexicans and other Latinos have not ... Read More...


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One year later, CPJ renews calls for release of Cuban journalists
"The 29 courageous journalists have done nothing more than practice their profession." By the Committee to Protect Journalists. (Cubanet, 04/07/2004) Read More...


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Che Guevara: Assassin and Bumbler
Robert Redford's film on Che Guevara "Motorcycle Diaries" received a standing ovation at The Sundance Film Festival in spite of Che's legacy of blood and terror. Humberto Fontova explains the discrepa... Read More...


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