Cuba Today: An Interview with Ricardo Alarcon
The president of Cuba's National Assembly outlines the country's policies and goals in the face of Bush administration hostility
From the Print Edition:
Cuba, May/June 2007
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For example, it is very important that people are aware of social issues such as the environment, population growth and other things. And when you look at these things, then you can think of the future. It is not a question of how I imagine my little country in the future. The future is we being part of that grand total. There are many questions. Big questions. But I ask, Are we going to survive as a species? If not, then who cares about Cuba?
Rep. Charles Rangel is a Democrat from New York.
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