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Russia Casts Cautious Eye on US-Cuban Détente

Omar Hernandez didn't have a role in building socialist Cuba. He was born in 1963, four years after the Cuban Revolution, and his parents had been supporters of ousted dictator Fulgencio Batista.   But growing up in a small town on the island, Hernandez did soak up Russian influences: an avalanche of Russian literary classics, Soviet films, cartoons, and other cultural flotsam that the Soviet Union sent to Cuba — all part of Moscow's broader effort to expand communist...

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