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September 6, 1995 | DOUGLAS FARAH, THE WASHINGTON POST
In one of its sharpest breaks yet from socialist dogma, the Cuban government Tuesday approved a law greatly increasing the role of foreign investment in the battered economy and allowing creation of free-trade zones.
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September 6, 1995 | DOUGLAS FARAH, THE WASHINGTON POST
In one of its sharpest breaks yet from socialist dogma, the Cuban government Tuesday approved a law greatly increasing the role of foreign investment in the battered economy and allowing creation of free-trade zones.
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September 7, 1996 | NORMAN KEMPSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Secretary of State Warren Christopher called Friday for a new East-West charter linking Russia with NATO, joining the Cold War enemies in a partnership to build "a new Europe."
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September 7, 2001 | NORMAN KEMPSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
More than a quarter of a century after the Vietnam War, the House voted Thursday to normalize trade relations with Hanoi, but only after approving separate legislation denouncing the country's Communist regime for ethnic, religious and political repression. The bills, approved in carefully orchestrated back-to-back votes, allowed lawmakers to express disgust with the Hanoi government while still approving a trade agreement designed to open the Vietnamese market to U.S.
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October 27, 2002 | Carlos Eire, Carlos Eire is the author of the forthcoming "Waiting for Snow in Havana: Confessions of a Cuban Boy." He is the T. Lawrason Riggs professor of history and religious studies at Yale University.
A Pioneer's uniform. That's all. A measly uniform, worn by Elian right after he was returned to Cuba. I couldn't stand looking at that photo of him, and neither could thousands of other Cuban exiles in the United States. It spoke to us in a language outsiders couldn't even begin to understand. It seared our souls, and to many in America our rage seemed so odd, so absurd.
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