Time for a new policy on Cuba

February 11, 2014

We are in the fifth decade — more than half a century — of our country’s embargo toward Cuba. During that time the Soviet Union has ceased to exist. Apartheid in South Africa has ended. We have re-established diplomatic relations with the communist governments of China and Vietnam. Still, the United States has refused to reexamine the political and economic embargo on Cuba.


Recent Articles

Date Title
7/11/14 US, Cuba hold migration talks in Washington
AP, Miami Herald
7/8/14 Sen. Robert Menendez seeks probe of alleged Cuban plot to smear him
Carol D. Leonnig and Manuel Roig-Franzia, The Washington Post
7/8/14 Cuba prosecutes Canadian after he denounced corruption - company
Daniel Trotta, Reuters
7/8/14 U.S. in sanctions talks with Commerzbank and Deutsche-source
Thomas Atkins and Alexander Hübner, Reuters
7/8/14 Audit finds low morale at Office of Cuba Broadcasting
Michael Doyle, The Miami Herald
7/7/14 Democrats' Florida push calls for US shift on Cuba
Michael Mishak, The Miami Herald
7/7/14 Raul Castro: Economic changes must be gradual
AP, Washington Post
7/7/14 Cuba mulls economy, graft in parliament session
AP, The Washington Post
7/2/14 Two South Florida women detained in Havana
Juan Tamayo, El Nuevo Herald
7/2/14 Google exec says Cuban internet is old and censored
Juan Tamayo, El Nuevo Herald
Date Title
6/30/14 BNP Paribas braces for $9 billion fine: reports
CNN Money
6/30/14 Google Boss Eric Schmidt Leads a Visit to Cuba
Stephanie Burnett, TIME
6/30/14 The Party and the Army: Civil-Military Relations in Cuba
William LeoGrande, Huffington Post
6/30/14 Republican Party No Longer Has Tight Grip On Cuban-American Vote
Serafin Gomez, Fox News Latino
6/27/14 Lift embargo to protect our shores
Editorial Opinion, Sun Sentinel