Mauricio Claver-Carone

Cuba Democracy Advocates

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Executive Director of the Cuba Democracy Advocates and Director of the US-Cuba Democracy Political Action Committee in Washington, DC, a group which lobbies Congress and the White House to promote democracy and free market in Cuba

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In 2008, Raul Castro took the Presidency of Cuba from his ailing brother Fidel.  Prior to last week's first Communist Party Central Committee meeting in 14 years, Raul promised…

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Like other dictatorships, the leaders of Cuba face a new generation impatient for less repression and economic freedom.

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For the first time since 2006, American officials met yesterday with Fidel Castro in Cuba.  Members of the Congressional Black Caucus visited what they described as Castro’s “modest”…

Barack Obama and Fidel Castro's Cuba

For the first time since 2006, American officials met yesterday with Fidel Castro in Cuba.  Members of the Congressional Black Caucus visited what they described as Castro’s “modest”…

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