Donald Trump criticized the Obama administration's move to normalize relations withCuba as a "very weak agreement," though he said some sort of a deal is "fine," in an interview with a local CBS station in Miami over the weekend.

The Republican nominee also said he would do "whatever you have to do to get a strong agreement," even if that meant breaking off the recently-resumed diplomatic relations.


Recent Articles

Date Title
10/31/16 S. Korea, Cuba move to boost bilateral trade, economic cooperation
The Korea Times
10/30/16 Cuba.com site for sale for $4.5 million
Abel Fernández, Miami Herald
10/30/16 TripAdvisor to Start Booking Travel to Cuba
Justin Sablich, New York Times
10/27/16 In a first, U.S. trial to test Cuban lung-cancer vaccine
Laurie McGinley, Washington Post
10/27/16 More oil likely in Cuba
Daniel J. Graeber, UPI
10/27/16 Portugal President Meets Fidel Castro in Cuba
AP, NBC
10/26/16 Cuba reporta casi 4 millones de usuarios con acceso a internet
Abel Fernández, El Nuevo Herald
10/26/16 U.S. Abstains in U.N. Vote Condemning Cuba Embargo
Somini Sengupta and Rick Gladstone, New York Times
10/26/16 Cuba, France assess development projects after debt renegotiation
EFE, Fox News Latino
10/26/16 Savior is the 'first independent video game' to come from Cuba
Joe Donnelly, PC Gamer
10/25/16 How Our New Relationship With Cuba Will Improve Americans’ Health
Erin Schumaker, Huffington Post
10/25/16 Is the U.S. trade embargo risking lives in Cuba?
Franco Ordoñez, Miami Herald
10/24/16 Current Record
10/24/16 Improved U.S.-Cuba Relations Are Creating A Surge Of Cuban Migrants
Melissa Block, NPR
10/23/16 Kaine says progress made with Cuba 'will go forward, never backwards'
EFE, Fox News Latino
10/23/16 New trade-regulation debate: Should the U.S. share intelligence with Cuba?
Franco Ordoñez, In Cuba Today
10/23/16 Deciphering new Cuba regulations: 5 changes that could prove significant
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
10/20/16 American bullish on Cuba despite demand uncertainty
Bart Jansen and Ben Mutzabaugh, USA Today
10/20/16 Normalization of Relations With Cuba Is All But Irreversible Now
Pete Kornbluh, The Nation
10/19/16 Amid A Struggling Economy, Cuban Real Estate Is Booming
Carrie Kahn, NPR
10/19/16 Havana lashes out against Obama directive on friendlier Cuba policy
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
10/18/16 Can a challenge to Obama’s Cuba policies succeed?
Franco Ordoñez, Miami Herald
10/18/16 Illinois business: Let's make a Cuba trade deal
Robert Reed, Chicago Tribune
10/18/16 Can a challenge to Obama’s Cuba policies succeed?
Franco Ordoñez, Miami Herald
10/18/16 Top Republican pledges to maintain Cuba trade embargo
Patricia Zengerle, Reuters
10/17/16 Homegrown fashion industry bursts onto scene in Cuba
Andrea Rodriguez, Chicago Sun Times
10/17/16 Havana suspends new licenses for private restaurants, owners fret
Marc Frank, Reuters
10/17/16 It’s Congress’s Turn to Act on Cuba
David Shipley, Bloomberg
10/16/16 Obama eases restrictions on Cuba, lifts limits on rum and cigars
Matt Spetalnick and Sarah Marsh, Reuters
10/16/16 JetBlue tries to take Alaska Airlines' daily route to Cuba
Hugo Martin, Los Angeles Times
10/16/16 American Airlines soars into the Cuban market but most flights are half empty
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
10/13/16 Cuban journalists detained while covering aftermath of Hurricane Matthew
In Cuba Today
10/13/16 The Long Way to America
Karl Vick, Time Magazine
10/13/16 Southwest unveils Cuba flights
Bart Janson, USA Today
10/12/16 US, Cuba assessing efforts to save Hemingway artifacts
Associate Press, Fox News
10/12/16 Cuban startups face hurdles Silicon Valley can’t imagine
Kari Paul, MarketWatch
10/12/16 Thousands of documents show FBI kept close eye on Miami exiles and ‘Batista crowd’
Franco Ordoñez, In Cuba Today
10/11/16 World Food Progam to help Hurricane Matthew victims in Cuba
In Cuba Today
10/11/16 Port of New Orleans Signs MOU with Cuba
Cruise Industry News
10/10/16 Juan Williams: Cuba connection will cost Trump dear
Juan Williams, The Hill
10/9/16 Russia has its permanent air base in Syria. Now it’s looking at Cuba and Vietnam.
David Filipov and Andrew Roth, Washington Post
10/9/16 US embargo leaves Cuban farmers waiting for modernity
Will Grant, BBC
10/9/16 Residents of hurricane-ravaged eastern Cuba say they need help
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
10/6/16 On the trail of Indian labourers in Cuba
Ed Augustín, Al Jazeera
10/5/16 Eastern Cuba lashed by Matthew, crumbling homes and more
Mimi Whitefield
10/4/16 With Cuban exile leaders mum, Clinton launches Miami radio attack ad over Trump's embargo-breaking
Marc Caputo, Politico
10/4/16 Democratic challenger hits Ros-Lehtinen on her signature issue: Cuba
Patricia Mazzei, Miami Herald
10/4/16 Cuba, Gitmo up next for Hurricane Matthew
Alan Gómez, USA Today
10/2/16 Cuba approves U.S. air marshals on commercial flights
Nora Gámez Torres, In Cuba Today
10/2/16 Cuba, Haiti and Jamaica Brace For Hurricane Matthew; 55,000 Displaced Haitian Residents Could Be in Danger
Pam Wright, The Weather Channel