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Why the U.S. Should Engage With Cuba’s New President
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Cuba is about to enter a new era. For the first time in nearly 60 years, the country will be led by someone not bearing the surname Castro. On April 19, First Vice President Miguel Díaz-Canel will become president, replacing the 86-year-old Raúl Castro
In Cuba, chess is not just a sport—it’s an institutionMedill Reports: Chicago
Cuba Man Charged With Theft, Financial ExploitationThe Missourian
Cuba’s government admits to ‘errors’ in economic reformsSt. Lucia Times Online News (press release)
Prensa Latina –Radio Cadena Agramonte –Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas (blog)
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Foreign Affairs

Why the U.S. Should Engage With Cuba's New President
Foreign Affairs
Cuba is about to enter a new era. For the first time in nearly 60 years, the country will be led by someone not bearing the surname Castro. On April 19, First Vice President Miguel Díaz-Canel will become president, replacing the 86-year-old Raúl Castro
In Cuba, chess is not just a sport—it's an institutionMedill Reports: Chicago
Cuba Man Charged With Theft, Financial ExploitationThe Missourian
Cuba's government admits to 'errors' in economic reformsSt. Lucia Times Online News (press release)
Prensa Latina –Radio Cadena Agramonte –Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas (blog)
all 25 news articles »

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