Why the EU-Cuba agreement should be directly related to human rights
Trade always works better than diplomacy. Since antiquity, merchants and ‘businessmen’ have known better than politicians and diplomats about how to penetrate and forge lucrative relations in hostile lands.
Trade and their consequent relations always yield better results than sanctions and isolation.
In our day, politicians join the above concept and generally try not to ignore the human rights’ factor when working for bilat...
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