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In December 2014, Julia Sweig participated in a panel discussion with CNN's Jake Tapper to discuss the impact of the monumental shift in diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba.

In November 2013, Julia Sweig tells Jim Zirin that the motivation for the spying on Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff is inexplicable, and that the damage to our relationship with a friendly neighboring country is incalculable.

In May 2009, Julia Sweig appeared on the Colbert Report to explain why America should bother opening trade relations with Cuba. 

On Thursday, February 26, 2015, I participated in a debate the McCain Institute for International Leadership hosted on “A New U.S.-Cuba Policy: Did Cuba Win?” at the Heritage Center at the U.S. Navy Memorial in Washington, DC. 

On September 17, 2015, Julia spoke at U.C. Berkeley in a talk called, "The United States and Cuba: Recent History and the Path Forward."

Julia Sweig participated in "The Scholars" a television interview series that explores contemporary scholarship. 

 

On April 22, 2018, author Julia Sweig tells Fareed structural economic reforms are 'nowhere on the agenda' for Cuba's ruling class.

On April 9, I spoke on the Andrea Mitchell Reports segment "Despite changes, Obama still expects 'significant differences' with Cuba."