Cuba and the US: The Difference Between Dictatorship and Tyranny 

In 1997 a Cuban friend told me “Fidel is a dictator, but not a tyrant.” We were in a province of Mozambique where he worked as a doctor and I as an architect. That afternoon, in a courtyard of African red ground, I did not understand his idea. It seemed contradictory. For some reason I never forgot it until a few years later, reviewing declassified documents, I thought that Washington was not a dictatorship, but a tyranny.

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