Fifty years of pressure, sanctions, and hundreds of plots to assassinate Fidel Castro have finally drawn to a close with Washington's admission that its policy of pressuring Cuba has failed, and it is moving toward normalizing relations.
Fidel Alejandro Castro was born to Spanish immigrants [in Cuba] on Aug. 13, [Read more]
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On Dec. 17, President Obama announced the normalization of relations between the United States and Cuba, stating that the U.S. policy of isolating Cuba over the last half century had not achieved the desired effect. Obama's new policy includes negotiating the reestablishment of relations with Cuba and expanding [Read more]