The [European Union] High Representative's position is not straightforward, because Europeans remain divided on Cuba — as they do on other topics. Some of the member states from the former Eastern Bloc — such as the Czech Republic or Poland — have cold feet about reinstating diplomatic ties without human rights guarantees, while others want to resume political dialogue.-- Jean-Jacques Kourliandsky, Latin America expert at the Institute for International and Strategic Relations (IRIS), VICE News, 3/25/15
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