Monthly Archives: April 2012

U.S.-Cuban-Mexican Association to Defend Against Hurricanes

On April 9, 2012, the inaugural conference of the U.S.-Cuban-Mexican Association to Defend Against Hurricanes was held in New Orleans. The association was formed after a series of conferences and delegations led by the Center for International Policy uncovered the … Continue reading

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U.S Cuba Policy Rejected By All

The outcome of the recent Summit of the Americas was a total embarrassment for the United States – and not just because of the misconduct of the Secret Service detail. Our Cuba policy was roundly condemned by virtually all other … Continue reading

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The Cases of Alan Gross and the Cuban Five

In her April 14 piece in the The Washington Post, Judith Gross calls on the Cuban Government to allow her husband Alan, now a prisoner in Cuba convicted of actions “to destabilize Cuba’s constitutional order,” to return to the United … Continue reading

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Salim Lamrani interview with Ricardo Alarcon

Salim Lamrani is a French journalist, a specialist on U.S.-Cuban relations, and a professor at the Paris-Sorbonne-Paris IV University who often contributes to CIP’s publications. He recently had a lengthy interview with Ricardo Alarcon, the President of Cuba’s National Assembly. … Continue reading

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