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The U.S. Embargo Against Cuba: A Celebration To Lament

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The U.S. Embargo Against Cuba: A Celebration To Lament Washington's Sterile Havana Strategy

Reflecting on the 50th anniversary of the United States embargo on Cuba, Washington's policy against Havana is still without a compass and without diplomacy, without even a semblance of class.

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Keeping an "Alternative Vision" in the Dark: Escalating threats to freedom of expression in Argentina within the context of the of the Falklands/Malvinas controversy.
Foreign Direct Investments in Brazil: As its economy and political statures loom over the U.S., Brazil enters into an accelerated phase of growth.
The FMLN & the Electoral Base: A Time for Re-evaluation: In the run up to the 2014 presidential campaign in El Salvador, support for Oscar Ortiz, mayor of Santa Tecla, is gathering momentum.


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