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Cuba Watchers Eye S. American Diplomacy for Clues About Raúl's Foreign Policy

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

MIAMI -- Cuban President Raúl Castro was conspicuously quiet during the recent tensions between Venezuela, Colombia and Ecuador in the wake of Colombian troops' crossing into Ecuador to kill a leftist rebel leader.

Other than a phone call to Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa, Castro made no attempt to sound off against Bogotá's decision to violate Ecuador's sovereignty. ...

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