Wednesday, August 4

The risk for the US and Spain of China lending itself to help Cuba




The Cuban regime has been resisting in recent years to fall in a dependency of China like the one it had from the USSR in its day. However, the urgency of alleviating the economic collapse suffered by the island, which in turn fuels street protests, may force Havana to draw closer to Beijing, which, from the outset, finds reluctance on both sides and concern in Washington.

Since 2014, when the collapse in the price of oil detracted from the aid that Chavista Venezuela had been providing to Havana, Cuba’s trade has gone increasingly dependent on exports to China, which today is the first commercial partner of

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