In less than two years' time Cuba's Fidel
Castro will celebrate half a century of communism in his tiny Caribbean
island nation of Cuba, but with the 80-year-old leader still looking
pretty frail like Cuba's economy.
Many are asking whether his stubborn Marxist revolution will survive his inevitable passing.
It's hard to know what Cubans think of his regime because most are afraid of speaking out.
But Dateline reporter David O'Shea hit the streets of Havana to see what he could find out.
On air: 18th July 2007