Talk:Cuba erects billboards depicting Abu Ghraib prisoners and swastika in response to U.S. billboard
Article is Ok
I think the article is ok. --- Carlosar 11:43, 19 Dec 2004 (UTC)
As a single piece it's OK, but some background would be nice. Does the US have formal diplomatic relations with Cuba? What is the "US Special Interests section? Does it engage in anti-Castro propaganda regularly? Has the Cuban government ever responded before? What do Cubans think of the US display and the Cuban repsonse? Also, it would be helpful to add a short para at the end detailing the embargo etc.
Also, this section is biased: "the senior US diplomat in Cuba, James Cason, is standing firm by the decision to draw attention to Cuba's human rights offences." At least offer a response from Cuba. "Standing firm" is a needlessly emotive term and should be expunged or tempered. Change to ""the senior US diplomat in Cuba, James Cason, is standing firm by the decision to draw attention to what he calls Cuba's 'human rights offences'"--- Jmwalsh
I suggest you try to make some small changes. Improve the article. -- Carlosar 02:28, 29 Dec 2004 (UTC)
At this point I don't want to alter other people's work. I'm just commenting on a few issues, mainly stylistic and/or tone related. --- Jmwalsh