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Debate on U.S. policy towards Cuba: Promoting Freedom vs. Promoting Tyranny

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Capitol Hill Cubans editor Mauricio Claver-Carone debates Rafael Hernandez, an academic of Cuba's Castro dictatorship and editor of the Temas magazine.

The point/counterpoint debate is in Spanish and featured in the Diario las Americas.

Read Rafael Hernandez's argument HERE.

Read Mauricio Claver-Carone's counter HERE.

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