America Abroad: Viva la Evolucion: Cuba After Fidel

After 49 years, Fidel Castro — the world's longest serving political leader — stepped down. But he left his brother Raul in power. What will the change in leadership mean for the citizens of Cuba, and for the island's relationship with the United States? Anchors Ray Suarez and Deb Amos considered it all in Viva la Evoluciaon: Cuba After Fidel.

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