Council on Foreign Relations (STILL!) relies on Ana Montes for Cuba info.
Please, please, please: before charges start flying of McCarthyism!!! Cuban Crackpot-ism!!!, etc. etc. etc. check all the links I provide here.
"In 1998, a comprehensive review by the U.S. intelligence community concluded that Cuba does not pose a threat to U.S. national security, which implies that Cuba no longer sponsors terrorism." Thus pronounces the Council on Foreign Relations.
Folks, in the year of our lord 2010 it's not exactly a secret that this "comprehensive review" was known as the Defense Intelligence Agency's “National Intelligence Estimate on Cuba” --and was authored by Ana Belen Montes.
"Castro poses no significant threat to the U.S. or any of its hemispheric neighbors. No evidence exists that that Cuba is trying to foment any instability in the Western Hemisphere."
Need we mention who's the Council on Foreign Relations resident "Cuba Expert", (Julia Sweig.)