USA: Could Bush be the go-to man for normalizing US-Cuba relations? New Promar study explores US opportunities for food and agricultural trade with Cuba
Just as Nixon was the only one able to reestablish a connection between the United States and China, perhaps George W. Bush will be the one to restore relations with Cuba. Given his close ties with Mexico's new president, Vicente Fox, and his home state's geographical and cultural proximity to Latin America, Bush could be viewed as the necessary link to normalizing relations between the old trading partners.
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