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First, if Cuba becomes a net exporter of oil, or at least energy self-sufficient, Castro will no longer need nearly as many of those foreign tourists—and the foreign influence they bring with them—to provide hard-currency reserves.
CIA-engineered coup in civil society in clerics as rulers of communications technology in constitutionalism in economic concerns in elections in energy production in foreign influence resisted by geopolitical importance of
A closed country must build an “ideological immune system,” because airwave-borne viruses of foreign influence can produce a fast-spreading effect on the population that an authoritarian government can’t control.