Pull out the cigars (or not): It's the 50th anniversary of the Cuban revolution

Thursday, January 01, 2009

Today marks the 50th anniversary of the Cuban revolution when Fidel Castro established himself as the Cuban leader and began one of the longest and most controversial relationships in U.S. diplomatic history. Now almost an anachronism of the Cold War, how has the country changed over the last fifty years? How will it look fifty years from now? The BBC's Michael Voss joins John and Adaora from Havana.


Michael Voss


Kent DePinto

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