Thursday, February 11, 2010

Odds and ends

  • Foreign Policy magazine’s The Cable blog: Cuba policy “continues to be managed, but not radically rethought inside the administration.”

  • AP: Cuba’s imports of food from the United States were down 26 percent last year.

  • Europa Press: 200 graduates of Cuba’s Latin American Medical School from 24 countries assemble in Havana and deploy to Haiti.

  • AP: Radio Marti and the Voice of America are sharing resources in Miami and beginning joint production of a half-hour news program.

  • From the Guardian, a look at Cuba’s ballet dancers, their “world-class” training and technique, and the limitation that “cultural isolation” places on their development.

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