April 29, 2014
HAVANA -- After two decades of disagreements, failed stabs at rapprochement and mutual recriminations, officials from the European Union and Cuba were sitting down together Tuesday to discuss hitting the reset button on their soured relationship.
While EU officials say concerns about democracy and human rights will continue to influence the bloc's policy, recent visits by Cabinet-level officials from France and the Netherlands suggest an increasing openness to engaging the Communist-run nation...
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