The Heat: Fidel Castro at 90 and Cuba-US relations

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The Heat Fidel Castro at 90 and Cuba-US relations

It’s been nearly 13 months since Cuba and the United States re-established diplomatic relations after more than 50 years.

But don’t tell that to Fidel Castro. At age 90 he may look frail, but there’s nothing wrong with the former Cuban president’s willingness to take on an old foe.

In an article published over the weekend Castro criticized the United States for what he calls — the “dangers” it has caused humanity – writing that “mankind is faced today with the greatest danger in its history. We must preserve peace around the world and must not let any world power believe it has the right to kill millions of human beings.”

For more, CCTV’s America’s Michael Voss reports from Havana.
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The Heat: Fidel Castro at 90 and Cuba-US relations PT 1

The Heat: Fidel Castro at 90 and Cuba-US relations PT 1

It’s been nearly 13 months since Cuba and the United States re-established diplomatic relations after more than 50 years. For more, CCTV’s America’s Michael Voss reports from Havana. Tonight’s panel takes a look at the legacy of Castro with Cristina Escobar, Cuban journalist, Erick Langer, professor of Latin America history at Georgetown University and Carlos Alzugaray, Cuban diplomat and educator.

Tonight’s panel takes a look at the legacy of Castro:

  • Cristina Escobar, Cuban journalist
  • Erick Langer, professor of Latin America history at Georgetown University
  • Carlos Alzugaray, Cuban diplomat and educator
The Heat: Fidel Castro at 90 and Cuba-US relations PT 2

The Heat: Fidel Castro at 90 and Cuba-US relations PT 2

Tonight’s panel takes a look at the legacy of Castro with Cristina Escobar, Cuban journalist, Erick Langer, professor of Latin America history at Georgetown University and Carlos Alzugaray, Cuban diplomat and educator.