Mariela Castro: Freedom for Alan Gross and the Cuban Five

Mariela Castro: Freedom for Alan Gross and the Cuban Five

Mariela Castro: Freedom for Alan Gross and the Cuban Five

What would it take for the United States and Cuba to free Alan Gross and the Cuban Five?

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During a visit to The Nation‘s offices, Mariela Castro of the Cuban National Center for Sexual Education spoke about US foreign policy, arguing that “international relations can’t be done by force.” She also suggested that the United States and Cuba negotiate the release of Alan Gross and the Cuban Five “on the basis of reciprocity and respect.”

Erin Schikowski

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