Dictator Tour or U.S. Diplomacy? Carter's Trip to Cuba Raises Eyebrows

Jimmy Carter is in Cuba for a three-day private visit and will be traveling to North Korea soon in a move that has some questioning the former president's agenda. Such trips are not unusual for Carter, 86, who in the three decades since he left office has often mediated, on an unofficial level, with pariah states. In 2002, he became the first U.S. president to visit Cuba since its 1959 revolution. He's traveled to a number of other world hot spots, including Gaza in 2009, where he met with...Full Story
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