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Foreign Policy and Middle Eastern Politics Expert Available to Talk About How Traditional Enemies May Help Limit Violence

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Cuba-US Thaw Ends Blame Game While Boosting Business

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Rene De Lapedraja, PhD, Cuban Native and Cuban-US Relations Expert, Optimistic About the Social and Economic Benefits for Both Countries

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Cuban Youth, Migration Expert, Comments on Shift in U.S.-Cuba Relations

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CIA Report to Push Conversation on Ethical and Effective Interrogation Methods

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Vanderbilt Historian Says Cuba Embargo Must Go Next

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The Call for Normalized Relations with Cuba: An Economic Perspective

Professor William Messina with the University of Florida's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences is an expert on Cuba's economy.

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Expert Available To Discuss U.S.-Cuba Relations Shift With Release of U.S. Prisoner

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Iran Gets Lessons in Media Literacy From Ithaca College Experts

It may be one of the last places in the world you’d expect to be interested in learning how to develop skills in critical thinking and media analysis. But when academics and researchers in Iran decided they needed help with that effort, they turned to Ithaca College’s Cyndy Scheibe and Chris Sperry of Project Look Sharp.

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American University Experts Available to Discuss President Obama’s Meetings & Foreign Policy Goals in China, Myanmar, and Australia

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