Some Say Cuban Embargo Helps Castros

Cuba's warm sunsets have been chilled by the Cold War breeze of strict economic sanctions for nearly 50 years now: The American embargo policy that started with President John F. Kennedy has outlasted nine American presidents, and even Fidel Castro's rule. And today, it was condemned as an illegal blockade for the 17th year in a row at the United Nations. Cuba's communist government says it has cost the island $90 billion in trade -- and hurts the Cuban people, not Castro. At a cardiac...Full Story
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