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More Good News on Trade: Cracks in US Embargoes

What are two things that Cuba and Iran have in common? First, a US trade embargo which has been in place for decades. Second, emerging cracks in these embargoes that promise new, if limited, trade opportunities. 434 more words

International Trade Law

Do you favor the re-opening of U.S. and Cuban embassies, and lifting of the trade embargo?

The road to renewed diplomatic relations with Cuba will most assuredly be bumpy. There is just too much history, the vast majority of it bad, for the process to be anything but. 533 more words

Politics

Statement by the Revolutionary Government of Cuba & President Obama's Letter to Cuba's President

July 1, 2015

With the reestablishment of diplomatic ties with the United States, the lifting of the blockade, among other issues, will be essential to the ultimate normalization of relations. 956 more words

Cuba

NYT Sunday Editorial: "Lift the Cuba Travel Ban" claims 45 Sponsors of 100 Senators, 6 in GOP but not yet Ron Johnson

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June 20, 2015

Granted, Khartoum, Tehran, Damascus and Pyongyang are not terribly popular tourist destinations. 558 more words

News

On the "Psychic Powers" of Fidel Castro

A picture has been going around Facebook with a quote by former Cuban leader Fidel Castro where it appears he predicted the conditions under which the U.S. 489 more words

Commentary

Cuba Removed From US Terror List

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MAY 29, 2015, 2:34 P.M. E.D.T. HAVANA — The Obama administration on Friday formally removed Cuba from a U.S. terrorism blacklist, a decision hailed in Cuba as the healing of a decades-old wound and an important step toward normalizing relations between the Cold War foes.   907 more words

Cuba

Seven key points in U.S.-Cuban Relations

Although talks between the U.S. and Cuba are in themselves a milestone for two countries which have lacked formal ties for more than 50 years, they only mark the beginning of a much longer and complicated process. 1,431 more words

Cuba