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How to Keep U.S.-Cuba Relations on Track

President Obama should go to Havana for Fidel Castro’s funeral

History will absolve me, Fidel Castro said in 1953, shortly before he took the world stage. He was wrong. In power for almost a half-century, he brought the U.S. and Soviet Union to the brink of nuclear war, exported revolution and repression, and turned his

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