Monday, August 07, 2006
President Bush must have a clear plan to react to ailing Cuban dictator Fidel Castro's decission to cede power to his brother, Raúl. Here are five key recommendations: First, lay low. Whatever you say, don't make aggressive statements that would help the Cuban regime perpetuate the myth that Cuba is facing an imminent U.S. invasion and that Cuban exiles are intent on descending on Havana to reclaim their properties. Read the entire column here.