Editorial

A Case for Cuba

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On November 1, 2017, for the 26th time, a General Assembly of the United Nations voted 191 to two for a resolution condemning the United States’ Embargo against the Republic of Cuba, a member nation. Voting against the resolution were the United States and the State of Israel. While the vote, yet again, sends a clear and resounding message of world opinion in favor of Cuba and against the decades-old Embargo, it was essentially meaningless— unenforceable by the United Nations as a representative world body. Over the past year or so, many individuals and groups have lobbied the U.S. on social media and via public gatherings in Cuba and around the world through a campaign to end the Embargo—“No más bloqueo.” While this campaign has…

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