William LeoGrande

American University

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Professor of Government and former Dean of the School of Public Affairs at American University and author of numerous books on US-Cuban relations and US policy toward Latin America; co-author of Back Channel to Cuba: The Hidden History of Negotiations between Washington and Havana

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After  yesterday's landing in Cuba , just 90 miles from American shores, President Obama spoke at the newly reopened US embassy.

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After 49 years as the leader of Communist Cuba,  Fidel Castro has stepped down .

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After 49 years as the leader of Communist Cuba, Fidel Castro has stepped down .

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After 49 years as the leader of Communist Cuba,  Fidel Castro has stepped down .

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