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One Year Later: Assessing President Obama’s Failed Cuba Strategy

One Year Later: Assessing President Obama’s Failed Cuba Strategy

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Young people don’t want to stay in Cuba

Young people don’t want to stay in Cuba

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Cuban dissident says next U.S. president can make ‘huge difference’ with pressure on Castros

Cuban dissident says next U.S. president can make ‘huge difference’ with pressure on Castros

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Once again, Cubans waiting for change

Once again, Cubans waiting for change

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To change Cuba, speak up for democracy again and again

To change Cuba, speak up for democracy again and again

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<a href="http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2016/apr/20/cubas-communists-dig-in-despite-obamas-outreach/">Cuba’s Communists dig in despite Obama’s outreach</a>

Cuba’s Communists dig in despite Obama’s outreach

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<a href="http://www.usnews.com/news/world/articles/2016-04-21/renowned-cuban-pro-reform-economist-fired-as-chill-sets-in">One of Cuba’s most renowned advocates of economic reform has been fired from his University of Havana think tank </a>

One of Cuba’s most renowned advocates of economic reform has been fired from his University of Havana think tank

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Carnival Launches the ‘Hate Boat’ to Cuba

Carnival Launches the ‘Hate Boat’ to Cuba

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Carnival Cruise discrimination controversy exposes hypocrisy of Obama’s Cuba strategy

Carnival Cruise discrimination controversy exposes hypocrisy of Obama’s Cuba strategy

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Fidel Castro Criticizes Barack Obama’s Efforts to Change Cuba

Fidel Castro Criticizes Barack Obama’s Efforts to Change Cuba

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Obama’s Apology Tour and Latin American Dictators

Obama’s Apology Tour and Latin American Dictators

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Obama Plays Small Ball in Cuba

Obama Plays Small Ball in Cuba

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Las Vacaciones de Obama en Cuba

Las Vacaciones de Obama en Cuba

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Obama’s false promise of a new day in Cuba

Obama’s false promise of a new day in Cuba

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Behind the President’s Visit to Havana

Behind the President’s Visit to Havana

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In Cuba, Obama Will Legitimize the Corrupt and Ignore the Oppressed

In Cuba, Obama Will Legitimize the Corrupt and Ignore the Oppressed

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I was a prisoner of Castro’s regime. Obama’s visit to Cuba is a mistake.

I was a prisoner of Castro’s regime. Obama’s visit to Cuba is a mistake.

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President Obama’s Visit to Cuba: An Opportunity to Refocus on Human Rights

President Obama’s Visit to Cuba: An Opportunity to Refocus on Human Rights

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Meet the fugitive US terrorists sheltered by Cuba

Meet the fugitive US terrorists sheltered by Cuba

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US/Cuba: Credibility of Obama Policy on the Line

US/Cuba: Credibility of Obama Policy on the Line

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