Cuba’s creep toward capitalism: cosmetic or real reform?

Thursday, July 31, 2008

It's been two years since Raul Castro took the reins of power in Cuba from his ailing brother Fidel. In that time, Raul has instituted a number of startling economic reforms, which Washington dismisses as “cosmetic.” But what's the real deal behind Cuban reform? And how much power does Fidel Castro still wield?
Guest: Michael Voss, BBC correspondent in Havana

Contributors:

Noel King

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