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  • blog November 28, 2016

    Fidel Castro and the Africa Connection

    On Fri., Nov. 25 news came that Fidel Castro, a uniquely controversial, divisive and important historical figure, had passed. We look back to a pivotal time in Castro’s life when Cuba was heavily involved in the Angolan civil war that Afropop producer Ned Sublette reported … Read more »

  • program March 17, 2016

    Music in A Changing Cuba

    News bulletins from Havana are appearing daily as Obama’s initiative to defang the U.S. embargo moves forward. Ned Sublette, who frequently travels to Cuba, talks with Sean Barlow about the present moment and recent developments. The program features timba from … Read more »

  • hip-deep December 13, 2012

    Hip Deep Angola 4: The Cuban Intervention in Angola

    The 27-year-long Angolan civil war was also an international crossroads of the Cold War as well as a regional resource war, involving Cuba, the Soviet Union, Zaire, South Africa, and the U.S. When it was over, Namibia was independent, apartheid … Read more »

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