It’s been almost three weeks since the death of the Cuban leader Fidel Castro, and with official mourning now at an end it’s business as usual for the government. Cuban officials have signed a deal with the technology giant Google to install servers on the island, while an agreement covering trade, human rights and migration has been brokered with the EU. These are further steps aimed at bringing the Caribbean nation back in from the diplomatic cold after Castro’s 1959 Socialist revolution sealed Cuba’s position as a pariah state. Can the revolution survive without him, and what do Cubans themselves want? Professors John Weeks and Elizabeth Dore discuss here

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