Ted Piccone

Brookings Institution

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Senior fellow and Deputy Director for Foreign Policy at the Brookings Institution; former Latin America Policy Advisor in the Clinton Administration

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For the first time in over 50 years a Castro will not be running the Cuban government. Miguel Díaz-Canel has been sworn in as Cuba’s new president.

The Castro Era comes to an end?

For the first time in over 50 years a Castro will not be running the Cuban government. Miguel Díaz-Canel has been sworn in as Cuba’s new president.

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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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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…

Cuba: A Country for Old Men

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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