May 1, 2018
Cuba recently underwent a historic presidential leadership change, turning the page on decades of rule by brothers Fidel and Raúl Castro with the election of Miguel Díaz-Canel.
But far from being a shock to the system, Díaz-Canel is a party stalwart, groomed by the Castros for a leadership role and likely to continue in their footsteps.
This week on Wake we’ll consider what Díaz-Canel's presidency means for the future of Cuba, and we’ll step back to survey the state of the US-Cuba relationship and whats likely to change – and not change – in the years ahead.
Helping us do that are this week's guests:
Taped: April 30, 2018
Hosted by Luke Vargas.