Obama in Havana

I’ve predicted the Cuban Communist government’s collapse before. Now, I’m not so sure.

White House Photo: Pete Souza
United States President Barack Obama greets people in Old Havana, Cuba on March 20.
Gwynne Dyer
Published: Thursday, 03/24/2016 12:40 am EDT

A British journalist compared the huge American delegation (800 to 1,200 people) that is accompanying United States President Barack Obama on his first visit to Havana to Japanese soldiers stumbling out of the jungle to discover that the war ended a generation ago. And the Rolling Stones, who are set to stage a free concert for half a million people in the Cuban capital on Friday, explained that Obama was their opening act.

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