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The 57-year-old former vice president vowed to "give continuity to the Cuban revolution."
Vice President Miguel Diaz-Canel -- who is, significantly, not a Castro -- is expected to succeed him.
How can Cuba reform its stagnant economy without losing what’s working?
Breaking with Fidel’s decades-old practice, Raúl recommended to the delegates of the sixth Party Congress in April 2011 that
The Trump Administration is about to reset U.S. Cuba policy.
Furthermore, Cuba's actual provision of superior educational and health benefits has been greatly overblown, persisting to
The law was passed in accordance with the deceased leader's wishes.
Like the kids in a Mickey Rooney/Judy Garland musical, American liberals and business interests are eager to put on a show
Although Fidel Castro turned over the daily governing of Cuba to his brother Raúl in 2008, his once-iron hand, bolstered by his diehard loyalists, continued to be felt behind the scenes. Now that Fidel is gone, that hand should be loosening its grip.