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How Haiti Should Respond to Hurricane Matthew

Hurricane Matthew, which killed more than 1,300 people, destroyed 80% of the city of Jeremie and left over 35,000 people homeless, is the 14th hurricane since 2004 to impact Haiti, and is the 10th since 2004 to cause loss of … Continue reading

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President Obama’s Trip to Cuba Should Avoid Cold War Rhetoric

The last time a sitting US President visited Cuba was January 1928, when Calvin Coolidge attended the Pan American Conference held in Havana. Now, 88 years later, President and Mrs. Obama will travel to Cuba on March 21, illustrating one … Continue reading

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