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Saturday, January 24, 2015

Should U.S. and communist Cuba become friends?

U.S./Cuba relations add odds since 1959

U.S.-Cuban Thaw Opens Door To "American Trojan Horse"
Last month, Washington lifted sanctions against communist Cuba. Political analyst Daniel Shaw believes the US strategy is unchanged and this is just an attempt to turn Cuba into a neo-colony. President Obama declared the 50-year-long isolationist effort as ultimately futile.
     Since 1959, Fidel Castro has ruled Cuba with an iron fist and America's ties to the Caribbean island nations has endured a nuclear crisis, a long-lasting U.S. economic embargo, the "Bay of Pigs" fiasco, and ongoing political hostilities. China even maintained a super-secret spy base there and monitored private, business and military emails, faxes, websites, blogs, etc.  Well beyond the end of the Cold War, the diplomatic relationship between Washington and Havana remained frozen...until now.
     The "Corey Pearson- CIA Spymaster in the Caribbean" online spy series touches upon this rift between democratic America and communist Cuba. What's your opinion? Do you think we should establish diplomatic ties with Cuba? Please take the POLL below:

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Robert Morton, M.Ed., Ed.S. is a member of the Association Of Former Intelligence Officers (AFIO), writes about the U.S. Intelligence Community at the OSINT News site, and authors the "Corey Pearson- CIA Spymaster in the Caribbean" online spy thriller. His views are his own and do not represent those of any organization he is a member of.