Fresh trouble may be brewing between the president’s national security advisor and his defense chief.
Diplomacy, dialogue, negotiations and such are worthy pursuits, but they must be done from a position of obvious strength and an undoubted ability to prevail.
Cuba’s new president inherits a government, with few exceptions, dominated by inertia and conditioned to regard change as a negative.
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