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What Will Change In Cuba After Castro?

Cuba's new President Miguel Diaz-Canel (R) greets people as he arrives at a polling station in Santa Clara, Cuba on March 11, 2018, about a month before his predecessor, Raoul Castro, stepped down.
Cuba's new President Miguel Diaz-Canel (R) greets people as he arrives at a polling station in Santa Clara, Cuba on March 11, 2018, about a month before his predecessor, Raoul Castro, stepped down.

Cuba’s culture is rich. Its economy remains poor. The island’s new president, Miguel Díaz-Canel, has promised to be faithful to the revolution, as millions of Cubans still struggle to make ends meet. Can communism prevail? And what will a new regime in Cuba mean for its relationship with the U.S. under America’s President Trump?

GUESTS

Sarah Marsh, Chief correspondent in Cuba, Reuters; @reuterssarah

Tomas Bilbao, Managing director of Avila Strategies, a public affairs firm that assists corporations; member, Policy Advisory Council of Engage Cuba; board member, Cuba Emprende Foundation; @TomasBilbao

Tim Padgett, Americas editor, WLRN; @TimPadgett2

Andy Gomez, Professor and former director of the Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies, University of Miami; @asgomez1

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