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In an announcement on December 17, US President Barack Obama announced a change of course in the country’s relationship with Cuba.  In an historical moment, the United States announced today that it would re-establish diplomatic ties with Cuba for the first time in over 50 years. The announcement came after a prisoner exchange between the two nations – including the return of former US-AID contractor Alan Gross – which had been a major diplomatic stumbling block between the two nations. President Obama’s announcement outlined a new policy towards Cuba, with implications for the country’s bilateral diplomatic relationship, as well as […]
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