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Unformatted text preview: evil only begets more of it. Haven't we learned that yet? Until we see progress in loosing the Cuban people from the yoke of the communist regime, we should hold firm onto the leverage the embargo provides. APPEASEMENT DISADVANTAGE
7-WEEK JUNIORS MICHIGAN 2013
CFJPV Ext. Cuba Links – General
Removing the embargo’s a concession to rogue regimes Karon 10 is a senior editor at TIME, where he has covered international conflicts in the Middle East, Asia, and the Balkans since 1997. (Tony TIME “Do We Really Need an Embargo Against Cuba? “ Wednesday, Apr. 21, 2010 http://www.time.com/time/arts/article/0,8599,48773,00.html)//EB Lifting the embargo will strengthen Castro's government There's no private sector in Cuba; its economy is predominantly stateowned, and trading with it inevitably strengthens the state. The government in Havana has been reeling since the collapse of its Soviet patron, but lifting the embargo would ease its financial crisis and therefore strengthen its hand. Cuba's trade with other Western countries hasn't eased repression Cuba has been trading normally with most of Latin America and Europe for more than adecade now, and Castro h...
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