Zbigniew Brzezinski At Large, Part Two
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Cuba after Castro
In January 1959, Fidel Castro rode triumphantly into Havana after
successfully ousting Fulgencio Batista. Forty-five years later, Castro still rules with an iron hand. The United States maintains a controversial embargo on trade and travel to Cuba. Life for Cubans is becoming increasingly desperate. Now 77 years old, Fidel Castro is the world’s longest-ruling head of government and the leader of one of only four remaining socialist countries.
He boasts that the Cuban socialist state will survive him. Will it? Is
anyone waiting in the wings? What - if anything - should the US be doing now
to help foster democracy?
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Resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, and the
author of Cuba: The Morning After
Visiting scholar at the University of Chicago’s Center for Latin American Studies and the author of Democracy Delayed: The Case of Castro’s Cuba
Originally Aired: 1/8/2004
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