Category: Paul Hare

Despite Venezuela’s growing isolation, key allies hang on

Digital Journal quoting Paul Hare, Pardee School of Global Studies/ College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences “Nicolas Maduro’s government in Venezuela is increasingly isolated but it still counts powerful support from countries such as Russia and China that can block or delay punitive action from the likes of the United Nations, analysts say…” […]

Trump’s plan restricts travel and business with Cuba

WUNC interviewing Paul Hare, Pardee School of Global Studies/ College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences “President Donald Trump announced on Friday a clampdown on US business with Cuba and tighter rules on travel to the island, in a move to roll back his predecessor Barack Obama’s historic outreach to Havana…” Expert quote: “Some people […]

Fidel Castro’s passing opens possibilities for U.S.

Boston Herald Renata Keller & Paul Webster Hare, College of Arts & Sciences, Pardee School of Global Studies The death of Fidel Castro could speed up the warming of relations between the U.S. and Cuba, experts said, even as President-elect Donald Trump is expected to recalibrate America’s foreign policy approach to the Caribbean nation when […]

American air freshener for a tired revolution

Miami Herald By Paul Webster Hare, College of Arts & Sciences, Pardee School of Global Studies Back in Havana 11 years after leaving Cuba. The taxi’s radio was playing the pop song “It’s all coming back to me now’’ — and indeed it was. And then I noticed the air freshener in the car was a small […]