Fidel Castro

Fidel’s hold on Cuba may long outlast the man

U.S. president-elect Donald Trump's tough stance against Cuba's government may reverse the easing of restrictions on the Cuban people.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stands alongside Cuban President Raul Castro during Mr. Trudeau's visit to Cuba earlier this month. Raul Castro took the helm of Cuba's government 10 years after his brother, Fidel, was sidelined by health problems. Photograph courtesy of the PMO

By LES WHITTINGTON

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016 12:00 AM

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