Dagoberto Rodriguez, Cuba’s top diplomat in Washington, spends his days looking for hints about what the Bush administration has in mind for his country. He doesn’t like what he sees. Is “regime change” in the cards in this election year, he wonders. That possibility can’t be ruled out, he says, because the administration “has proved a tendency in the past to solve problems through violent means.” The Bush White House has never outlined such an objective. It has, however, expressed an interest in hastening a transition to democratic rule in communist-run Cuba. Full Story
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