The strange politics of Venezuela produce some startling anachronisms. Gas that costs less than tap water has kept enormous 1975 Buicks on the roads. Soft-focus photographs of the dear, departed leader beam down from the walls in public buildings.
And then there is Cuba.
The regime in Havana is viewed as a spent force, a historical relic, in the rest of the world, but Cuban influence in Venezuela is strong and growing.Report Typo/Error