President Trump and Vice President Pence have promised to reverse the Obama-era US-Cuba policy changes. South Florida Congressman Diaz Balart weighed in with his memo of proposed changes. Here is the text.
Trump’s transition team and latest statements make it look like U.S.-Cuba policy is about to go backward. If so, it would only help the regime and hurt the Cuban people.
The Center for International Policy and Global Americans urge President Barack Obama to renew the Trading with the Enemy Act for Cuba. Surprised? According to a white paper by Robert Muse, the President’s authority to make changes to the embargo depends on renewal of the Act. Failure to do so will not only tie the executive’s hands to make further changes but also end the important people-to-people exchanges.
Unlike their Latin American counterparts, Cubans face unique challenges traveling and emigrating within Latin America. And that doesn’t include the trouble leaving the island.
Think tourism doesn’t drive private sector growth? Just travel to Viñales—a world transformed.
Es hora de que los países democráticos hagan valer el principio de reciprocidad política en la relación bilateral con el régimen cubano.
Reforms intended to promote openness in Cuba are about to be rolled back. But is this the administration with the moral authority to do it?
Myths about Trump’s victory in Florida persist. Will the false narrative of Cuban-American voters shape the anticipated changes to U.S.-Cuba policy?
There’s a new era of independent, creative even investigative journalism in Cuba. But it isn’t coming from the usual, official tribunes and not, directly, from U.S. policy changes.
Cuba is experiencing a wave of U.S. “unofficial” tourism. Even as the hidebound communist regimes claims it isn’t looking for U.S. investment, the contact with tourists and U.S. communications are changing Cuba from the bottom up.