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Dear Mr. Cepero,
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station in Moscow broadcasting internationally.
My name is Inessa, I am producer of a panel discussion program called
Our guests are well-known journalists and high-ranking officials from
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Richard Burt, U.S. Ambassador to Germany; a chief negotiator of the
Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty
Daniel Pipes, director of the Middle East Forum
Lord Robert Skidelsky, British Parliament (Warwick University)
John Naisbitt, Naisbitt China Institute
Thomas Graham, Kissinger Associates
Anatol Lieven, King's College London
Gareth Evans, former Australian Foreign Minister (1983 – 1996)
Princeton N. Lyman, former U.S. ambassador to South Africa and Nigeria
and former Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization
Parag Khanna, Director of the Global Governance Initiative at the New
Stephen Zunes, University of San Francisco
Anas Altikriti, President and founder of the Cordoba Foundation
David Merkel, former U.S. State Department
Andrew Roberts, British historian, winner of the British Army Military
Book of the year 2010
Victor Gao, People’s Republic of China
Jim Walsh, former U.S. House of Representatives
Ann Cavoukian, Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario
Razeen Sally, Director of the European Centre for International
Saskia Sassen, Columbia University, London School of Economics,
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Lord Christopher Monckton, British politician, journalist, and hereditary peer
Samuel Thernstrom, American Enterprise Institute
Stephen Cohen, New York University
Here is the link to one of our programs:
We would like to invite you to our program.
We're recording it on Thursday, April 19, at 10 am EST.
We can arrange a studio in any major city in the world.
The program lasts 30 minutes.
The topic of our discussion will be:
The Bay of Pigs 50 years on: What has US foreign policy toward Cuba over the past half century achieved? The regime there remains in place along with the embargo (though modifications have been made and other mulled). Has Washington been fundamentally right in its policies or fundamentally wrong regarding Havana? And if the US had had a more hands off approach toward the regime in Cuba, would that regime have come to an end long ago? Lastly, what can Obama do that his predecessors failed to do?
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| Apr 18th 2011
Eloy were you at the holy family orphanage in Marquette, MI as a child? If you were you may have known my father. Please contact me if there is a chance. Thank you.
| Jul 12th 2010
Que te pasa que no pones tu historia y la de Pablo. Tu y yo fuimos a Coral Gables y despues nos veiamos en UM. Saludos. Idania Pazos Garcia
Idania Pazos Garcia
| Oct 10th 2009
Come up Eloy, complete your story for posterity!Todos nos sentimos orgullosos de ser tu amigo. Abrazos
| Jun 17th 2009
Eloy, I am a classmate of your brother Pablo. We went to Candler College and I started a group of Candler College Alumni in Facebook. Please e-mail me. Thanks.
| May 19th 2009
Gracias por mantener la historia musical de Cuba viva.
| May 17th 2009
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