Fidel Castro hit the world headlines but with a wrong reason: failing health instead of his “romantic rallying cry for Revolution” as Emanuele Ottolenghi, Executive Director of the Transatlantic Institute, Brussels put it at the start of a roundtable discussion last week. “As that image faded, a new Cuba emerged which lacks fundamental freedom and has a dubious record of human rights,” Ottolenghi said, kick-starting the discussion on the topic “Quo Vadis, Cuba? Perspectives on Cuba’s political...

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