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What A New U.S. President Could Mean for Cuba
More Global Perspectives on U.S. Presidential Election
This special edition of "Latin Pulse" offers a different perspective on the presidential elections in the U.S.: a view from Cuba. Cuban professor Santiago Perez Benitez of the University of Havana & the Center for International Political Research discusses how the elections could have an impact on the warming relations between the two countries.
Executive Producer: Rick Rockwell
Associate Producer: Jim Singer
Photo: U.S. President Barack Obama (C) and Cuban President Raul Castro visit during an exposition game between the Cuban national team and the Major League Baseball team Tampa Bay Devil Rays at the Estado Latinoamericano. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images
“Latin Pulse” is produced at Webster University’s School of Communications: www.webster.edu/communications/
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