February 9, 2016  •  53 minutes

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Over the weekend, the Sunday Times featured a front-page article saying Margaret Thatcher would have voted yes to the European Union. The claim was made by one of her former advisers, Lord Powell. The Times jumped on his statement writing, “She would have gone along with what is on offer, indeed negotiated something similar herself.” Even leading up to her death, Margaret Thatcher’s skepticism of the EU did not dwindle. On today’s program, Stephen Flurry looks back at some of Margaret Thatcher’s key remarks about Britain and the EU.

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When United States President Barack Obama reestablished full diplomatic relations with the Castro regime in Cuba in December 2014, he said it would advance U.S. interests and engage and empower the Cuban people. At the U.S. flag-raising ceremony in Havana in August, Secretary of State John Kerry said the deal would help ease restrictions on Cuban entrepreneurs, as well as improve family communications and travel. He urged the Cuban government to do its part in making it less difficult for Cuban citizens to start businesses, engage in trade, and access the Internet.

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There is no shortage of commentators predicting the demise of Project Europe. From the eurozone financial crisis to the refugee crisis, Europeans are becoming increasingly skeptical about the future of the European Union.

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