April 20, 2012

U.S., Canada Out of Step on Cuba

Harry Sterling, Toronto Star

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Once again Prime Minister Stephen Harper is odd man out with other political leaders, angering fellow hemispheric politicians by his veto blocking Cuba as a participant in Summit of the Americas gatherings.

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TAGGED: United States, Barack Obama, Canada, Latin America, Cuba, Stephen Harper

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