Monthly Archives: February 2012

The U.S. Must Work With Cuba on the Environment

It should be an article of faith that the environment is immune from U.S. politics where U.S. interests are clearly at stake. That’s mostly the case with other countries, but not with Cuba. In New York last week a workshop … Continue reading

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At Some Point Normal Relations

In January, I had the opportunity to interview René González, the only member of the Cuban Five out on parole.  When most Americans hear some reference to “The Cuban Five,” it more than likely brings up an image of a … Continue reading

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