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Cuba Carefully Watching U.S. Policy in the Making

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Cuba Carefully Watching U.S. Policy in the Making

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Cuba Carefully Watching U.S. Policy in the Making

Cuba Carefully Watching U.S. Policy in the Making

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Cuba's government stays acutely aware of every twist and turn of U.S. politics and policy, down to knowing which congressional subcommittee is meeting on which day at what time. National Parliament Speaker Ricardo Alarcon believes relations between the United States and Cuba are at their lowest point ever, including after the Bay of Pigs crisis. NPR's Tom Gjelten reports.

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