CUBA


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AcronymDefinition
CUBAClub Universitario de Buenos Aires (amateur rugby club)
CUBAChinese University Basketball Association
CUBACitizens United for the Bush Agenda (now Citizens United; Washington, DC)
CUBACircular Uniform Beam Array
CUBACommutative, Unital Banach Algebra
CUBACollege and University Business Association
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Of course, no visit to Cuba is complete without the discoveries that await in Havana.
For travel from the US to Cuba, the US only permits US persons to visit Cuba under 12 eligible travel categories.
policy toward Cuba is focused on encouraging democratic and economic reforms and increased respect for human rights on the part of the Cuban Government.
12: Cuban-Americans Support The Varela Project Dissident Movement In Cuba
While crowing at length about his own ability to learn information and get places that neither Batista nor the Yankee embassy could get near, he hypes Castro as Batista's "most dangerous enemy" and declares that "hundreds of highly respected citizens are helping Senor Castro," who is offering "a new deal for Cuba, radical, democratic and therefore anti-Communist.
Soviet aid kept Cuba's economy afloat until the early 1990s, when the Soviet Union collapsed and Cuba went into an economic free fall.
Q: In a sense then, you've lived in Cuba all your life.
The WILPF Cuba Campaign is more comprehensive than a single issue.
Institute of Tropical Medicine Pedro Kouri, Havana, Cuba; ([dagger]) University of Trieste, Trieste, Italy; and ([double dagger]) Medical Assistance Center of Las Terrazas Village, Cuba
Peter Rosset, co-director of Food First/Institute for Food and Development Policy, who has been researching food issues in Cuba since the early 1990s, says, "Cuba has resisted three things: the U.
In Cuba, citizens can send and receive e-mail and surf a Cuban intranet, but they are barred from accessing the World Wide Web.