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The political storm now is waiting to revive itself into gale proportions, as it howls across the Cuban-American diplomatic landscape

By: Keith Bolender, Guest Scholar at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs

The winds of change are beginning to shift in the direction of those who favor a normalization of relations between Cuba and the United States….

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In South Africa, a Simple Handshake Provokes a Predictably Irrational Response

In South Africa, a Simple Handshake Provokes a Predictably Irrational Response

By: Keith Bolender, Guest Scholar at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs

What is undoubtedly the most famous handshake of the year has resulted in a predictable, visceral response. A simple, unassuming act of civility between President…

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Is the Cuban Embargo Eternal?

Is the Cuban Embargo Eternal?

By: Tim Ashby, Senior Research Fellow for the Council on Hemispheric Affairs, Former senior official at the United States Commerce Department, and current best-selling author.

Commenting on the rueful recent passing of Nelson Mandela, President Barack Obama referred to the legendary South African figure as “one of the most influential,…

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Passing of Nelson Mandela Unlikely to Pave the Way for Major U.S. Policy Reform on Cuba

Passing of Nelson Mandela Unlikely to Pave the Way for Major U.S. Policy Reform on Cuba

By: Coha Staff

Warm regards are not likely to be followed by pacts of political courage or any indication that the U.S. leader will replace the historical apathy…

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