Cuba Frees Dissidents, But Does it Enter a New Political Space?

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In light of Cuba’s announcement that it will release more than 50 political prisoners, NewsHour’s Margaret Warner talks to Jorge Dominguez, a professor of government at Harvard University and Vanessa Lopez, a research associate at the Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies at the University of Miami. Dominguez and Lopez discuss the government’s decision in the context of renewed relations with the Catholic Church and Fidel Castro’s relevance in Cuban politics today. Trouble viewing this video? Click here.

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