How a Change in U.S.-Cuba Policy Could Affect Chinese FDI

How a Change in U.S.-Cuba Policy Could Affect Chinese FDI

When Barack Obama announced the U.S. normalization of relations with Cuba back in December of 2014, the floodgates of expectation and conjecture were opened with abandon. Many believing it would bring a measure of pros

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Gobernando desde el balcón

Gobernando desde el balcón

Las discusiones no deben seguir llenando el escenario político Si la discusión política continúa centrándose en temas ajenos a la preocupación y el entendimiento de las grandes mayorías, como ocurrió antes en Ve

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General Fan Visits Havana

General Fan Visits Havana

After concluding a five day visit to the United States, Gen. Fan Changlong, vice chairman of the Central Military Commission, flew directly to Havana, Cuba, the first Chinese official of such high rank to travel to the i

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Obama’s Wrong: Cuba Belongs on the Terrorism List

Obama’s Wrong: Cuba Belongs on the Terrorism List

After US President Barack Obama made his announcement regarding the new US policy on Cuba late last year, Havana’s eventual removal from the government’s list of states that sponsor terrorism became a fait accompli.

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Watch Correa, not Castro at Americas summit: Column

Watch Correa, not Castro at Americas summit: Column

As three dozen world leaders meet in Panama, April 10 to 11 for the 7th Summit of the Americas, conventional wisdom is to watch Barack Obama and Raul Castro. After all, this is Cuba's first attendanc

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America’s Time for Atonement

America’s Time for Atonement

Tense relations between the White House and Congress aren’t unusual, and certainly not new. Yet over the past month they’ve hit lows not seen since President Clinton’s impeachment trial. Are co

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Troubling truths about Castro’s Cuba

Troubling truths about Castro’s Cuba

Canadians love Cuba. We travel there in droves. We enjoy their beaches, their cigars and the historic sites and sounds of Havana. Some Canadians even revel in the lack of Americans at Cuban resorts, and laud our ability

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Subcommittee Hearing: The President’s New Cuba Policy and U.S. National Security

Subcommittee Hearing: The President’s New Cuba Policy and U.S. National Security

Fernando Menéndez Senior Fellow, Center for a Secure Free Society Committee on Foreign Affairs: Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere February 26, 2015 “The President’s New Cuba Policy and U.S. National Secu

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