Antonio Jorge

Professor of Political Economy and International Relations

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Fidel Castro's health is a state secret in Cuba, but acting leader Raul Castro--Fidel's brother--has twice made overtures for negotiations with the United States.  The US has…

Congressional Frustration in Fidel Castro's Cuba

Fidel Castro's health is a state secret in Cuba, but acting leader Raul Castro--Fidel's brother--has twice made overtures for negotiations with the United States.  The US has…

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