Will Cuba change?
Fidel Castro's resignation as Cuba's president won't mean "real change" for his people, said Paul Richter in the Los Angeles Times, because his repressive, "failed communist system" will survive as long as he does. Fidel's departure wo
Cuba’s National Assembly is preparing to choose a new president after Fidel Castro’s unexpected announcement that he would not serve another term. Political scientists and diplomats said the job would probably go to the ailing 81-year-old Castro’s younger brother, Ra
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