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  • Cuban Revolution BehindtheScenes
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    Cuban Revolution Behind-the-Scenes

    Tony Perrottet talked about his book, Cuba Libre!: Che, Fidel, and the Improbable Revolution That Changed World History. He discussed Fidel Castro’s humble beginnings and highlighted the…

  • emYoung Castroem
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    Young Castro

    Harvard University Latin American Studies lecturer Jonathan Hansen recalled the early life of Fidel Castro.

  • Authoritarian Governments and National Security
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    Authoritarian Governments and National Security

    Panelists at the American Enterprise Institute discussed the findings of a report on authoritarian governments and national security threats. Topics included the rise in anti-government…

  • US Military Activity in North and South America
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    U.S. Military Activity in North and South America

    The commanders of U.S. Northern Command and Southern Command testified before the House Armed Services Committee on security challenges and military activity in North and South America. Most of…

  • Promoting Democracy in Latin America
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    Promoting Democracy in Latin America

    The Organization of American States (OAS) Secretary General Luis Almagro spoke at New York University’s Washington, D.C., center about political systems and human rights in Latin American…

  • emThe Brilliant Disasterem
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    The Brilliant Disaster

    Jim Rasenberger presents a history of the Bay of Pigs crisis. The failed military invasion of Cuba in 1961 that was supported by the United States government resulted in the capture or death of…

  • US to Allow Lawsuits Against Foreign Firms in Cuba Secretary Pompeo Says
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    Secretary Pompeo Remarks at State Department

    Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced a change to U.S. policy toward Cuba that will allow U.S. citizens to sue companies profiting off of property seized from them by the Cuban…

  • State Department Officials Testify on US Policy Toward Cuba
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    State Department Officials on U.S.-Cuba Relations

    State Department officials testified at a hearing on the state of U.S.-Cuba relations and the government response to the attacks on U.S. embassy personnel in Havana.

  • emOur Woman in Havanaem
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    Our Woman in Havana

    Former Cuba ambassador Vicki Huddleston discussed the relationship between Cuba and the United States.

  • State Department and USAID Officials Testify on US Policy in Western Hemisphere
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    Foreign Policy in Western Hemisphere

    Officials from the State Department and U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) testified before the House Foreign Affairs Committee on the Trump administration’s foreign policy toward Latin…

  • emOur Woman in Havanaem and emHarbor of Spiesem
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    Our Woman in Havana and Harbor of Spies

    Former ambassador Vicki Huddleston, author of Our Woman in Havana, and novelist Robin Lloyd, author of Harbor of Spies, talked about the relationship between Cuba and the United States.…

  • State Department Officials Testify on Attacks on US Diplomats in Cuba
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    Cuba Embassy Attacks on U.S Diplomats

    State Department officials testified about the attacks on U.S. diplomats in Cuba. Several senators' questions to the witnesses focused on the timeliness of the State Department’s response…

  • USCuba Relations
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    U.S.-Cuba Relations

    Latin America academic experts talked about U.S.-Cuba relations. The panelists contrasted increased Trump administration travel and commerce restrictions with the dialogue and increasing openness…

  • emThe Cuban Affairem
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    The Cuban Affair

    Nelson DeMille provided insight into his writing life and the historical underpinnings for his latest novel, The Cuban Affair. He spoke with former Representative Steve Israel (D-NY).

  • UN Security Council Holds Meeting on Cuba Embargo Resolution
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    U.N. Vote on Cuba Resolution

    The U.N. General Assembly voted 191-2 in favor of a resolution condemning the U.S. economic sanctions against Cuba, with only the United States and Israel voting against it. Nikki Haley,…

  • State Department US to Vote Against Cuba Embargo Resolution at UN
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    State Department Daily Briefing

    At the State Department, Heather Nauert announced the U.S. intention to vote against the annual United Nations resolution condemning the U.S. embargo against Cuba, thus reversing the Obama…

  • Washington Journal Frank Mora Discusses USCuba Tensions
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    Frank Mora on U.S.-Cuba Tensions

    Frank Mora talked about tensions between the U.S. and Cuba after the U.S expelled 15 Cuban diplomats for unexplained “sonic” attacks on U.S. diplomats in Havana.

  • Senators Speak to Reporters Following Briefing on Cuba
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    Foreign Relations Committee Briefing on Cuba

    Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chair Bob Corker (R-TN) spoke with reporters following a closed-door briefing concerning a series of unexplained health incidents that have affected 22 U.S. embassy…

  • Delegate Stacey Plaskett on Hurricane Irma
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    Delegate Stacey Plaskett on Hurricane Irma

    Delegate Stacey Plaskett (D-VI) spoke by phone about the impact of Hurricane Irma and recovery efforts in the Virgin Islands.

  • emBankers and Empireem
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    Bankers and Empire

    Professor Peter James Hudson talked about his book, Bankers and Empire: How Wall Street Colonized the Caribbean. This interview, part of Book TV’s College Series, was recorded on the campus…

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