Rights pressure on Cuba mainly ’lip service’

19 December 10

From the Guardian:

Australia, Canada and several European countries have stopped pressuring Cuba over human rights in the hope of winning commercial favours from Havana, according to confidential US diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks.

See online: The Guardian
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