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Thursday, July 22, 2010

Pressure to Lift US Embargo on Cuba Grows

As GSM posited in its first comments after the release into freedom of Cuban political prisoners, the pressure is on for the United States to lift its economic embargo on La Habana: Cuba release 'could lead to US lifting embargo'.

Cuba trades with the rest of the world. Castro, Inc. has been very profitable in the years following la revolución.  Does the US embargo really matter as a practicality?

US President Barak Obama has shown leniency toward leftist gains in Latin America at the expense of freedom.

Will he seek more plaudits from the International Left and reward Castro,Inc.?

Or will he ignore the clamor for a change in Washington's 50-plus year policy toward Havana?

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