Carlos Alzugaray

former Cuban diplomat and political analyst

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Political analyst, writer, educator and editor with Temas, a Cuban social science and humanities quarterly magazine; former Cuban diplomat and political analyst who is close to the Castros

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Yesterday, Pope Francis met with Cuban President Raúl Castro and former President Fidel. He said Mass in Havana's Revolution Square.

Will Pope Francis Be an Agent of Change?

Yesterday, Pope Francis met with Cuban President Raúl Castro and former President Fidel. He said Mass in Havana's Revolution Square.

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Next week, the Presidents of the US and Cuba will meet for the first time since Fidel Castro's revolution of 1959.

Will American Tourists Spoil Cuba?

Next week, the Presidents of the US and Cuba will meet for the first time since Fidel Castro's revolution of 1959.

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President Obama says isolation and punishment have not forced Communist Cuba to change, so he’s reversing 50 years of diplomatic policy.

Washington Opens Ties with Havana

President Obama says isolation and punishment have not forced Communist Cuba to change, so he’s reversing 50 years of diplomatic policy.

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