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Obama’s Cuba Ambassador: Tears But Hope

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On the early afternoon of June 16, 2017, Jeffrey DeLaurentis, the United States ambassador-designate to Cuba, sat in his office in Havana and watched TV as recently elected Donald Trump ripped up what the new US president called the Obama administration’s “ter... More »

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Embargo Politics and the Miami Conflict

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Until now, the US political push toward normalization has concentrated on timid cracks in the embargo: credit extension and freedom to travel for US citizens. It’s a classic example of “thinking small,” and confining the argument to a Miami sandbox occupied fo... More »

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Castro Willing to Negotiate with Trump

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The American press is reporting that Cuba’s President Raul Castro is willing to negotiate with President Donald Trump.  This is positive news in light of all the recent negative reports of Trump’s possible reversal of the progress made by former President Obam... More »

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Eight Myths About Obama’s Opening To Cuba

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We liked this excellent read written by Dr. William M. LeoGrande, Professor of Government in the School of Public Affairs at American University in Washington, D.C.   This article give the facts and just the facts please.  It’s written for the naysayers – myth... More »

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The Morning After the Night Before

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It was hard not to notice the night of November 8 and the following “morning after the night before.”  Around the world people went to bed or woke up the next morning shocked and speechless.  The most unlikely candidate, Donald Trump, had won the American… You... More »

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