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Villanova U. Prof Available to Discuss Obama's Secret USAID Programs in Cuba

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#UIC Expert Available to Address U.S.-Cuba Relations and Shifting Public Opinion on Government Policy

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Don’t Expect Revolution in Cuba

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Cuban dissidents and Cuban-American leaders have started to ask why Cubans haven’t followed the lead of oppressed populations in Egypt and Tunisia in overthrowing long-entrenched regimes. Wake Forest University Associate Professor of Political Science Peter Siavelis said he doesn’t expect to see demonstrations for democracy in the streets of Havana anytime soon.

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'Project Cuba' Revives Study-Abroad Effort After 6-Year Hiatus

Middle Tennessee State University is reviving its successful study-abroad excursion to Cuba for summer 2011 after a six-year hiatus caused by government travel restriction.

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Author on Democracy in Cuba Comments on Castro's Announcement

"This is a glorious day for Fidel Castro," said Virginia Tech political science Professor Ilja Luciak regarding the Cuban leader's announcement today that he would not return as president or commander in chief. "He chose to step down on his own terms, ensuring orderly transition and confounding his enemies, who have been waiting to oust him for more that 50 years.

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What Does Castro's Resignation Mean for Cuba?

As an ailing Fidel Castro resigns as Cuba's president after nearly a half-century in power, questions arise as to what his resignation will mean for the Communist country. Born in Cuba, Rene De La Pedraja, PhD, is a professor of history at Canisius College in Buffalo, NY, and has done extensive research on Cuba and Fidel Castro. Dr. De La Pedraja offers some insights regarding the situation.

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The End of Castro's Reign: Expert Available for Commentary

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Cuban leader Fidel Castro stated in an announcement posted on the Web site of the state-run newspaper Granma that he will resign from his 49-year reign as head of state. Central Michigan University professor of political science Orlando Pérez, a Cuban-American who specializes in Latin American politics and U.S.-Latin American relations, is available to comment on the changes that this might bring.

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Prominent Experts Available to Comment on Castro/Cuba

Two prominent American University experts are available immediately to comment on the resignation of Fidel Castro and the future of Cuba and U.S.-Cuban relations: William LeoGrande and Phillip Brenner.

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Diary of Cuban Counterrevolutionary Exposes and Instructs

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A record of 19 years inside a Cuban women's prison is more than simply a personal autobiography or account of triumph over brutality, according to University of Arkansas researcher Lisa M. Corrigan.

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U.S.-Cuban Dig Seeks Insight into People Columbus Encountered

Researchers in an ongoing U.S.-Cuban archaeological expedition are attempting to learn more about the native people Christopher Columbus encountered on his first voyage to the New World. They hope to find evidence of how the site's former residents were affected by the Spanish conquest of Cuba.

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