March 17, 2010

Why Are 30,000 Cuban Advisers in Venezuela?

John Hughes, Christian Science Monitor

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The Obama administration has dismissed Venezuela's Hugo Chávez as a pesky loudmouth. But he imperils regional security and freedom.

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TAGGED: Barack Obama, Hugo Chavez, Fidel Castro, Cuba, Venezuela

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