NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with Richard Feinberg, a professor at the University of California, San Diego, and a Brookings Institution fellow, about the unsolved claims after the revolution.


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Date Title
7/30/15 Rep. Tom Emmer leads GOP effort in House to lift Cuba trade embargo
Bloomberg
7/30/15 U.S. democratic presidential hopeful Clinton to call for lifting Cuban embargo
Reuters
7/29/15 Cuban-American lawmakers alarmed at Cuba’s upgrade on trafficking report
Chris Adams, The Miami Herald
7/29/15 Lung cancer vaccine CimaVax could be first of many medical advances made possible by U.S.-Cuba thaw
Dr. David Samadi, New York Daily News
7/29/15 Bill to boost trade with Cuba faces long odds, despite win
Chris Adams, Tribune News Service
7/29/15 US upgrades Malaysia and Cuba in annual trafficking report
Rachel Middleton, International Business Times
7/28/15 Kellogg-CSG Study Analyzes Purchasing Challenges and Opportunities for Cuban Entrepreneurs Files
Cuba Study Group
7/27/15 Republicans Stand Against Cuba Change Despite Public Opinion Shift
NPR
7/27/15 Struggling to surf the web in Cuba
BBC
7/26/15 Resumption of U.S.-Cuba relations isn’t expected to set off a business stampede
Miami Whitefield, The Miami Herald
7/24/15 GOP-controlled Senate panel votes to lift Cuba travel ban
Andrew Taylor, AP
7/24/15 Historic oil meeting in Cuba set for October
Bloomberg
7/24/15 Stonegate Bank should be ready to handle transactions with Cuba in three to four weeks
Mimi Whitefield, The Miami Herald
7/24/15 Pope to urge healing in Cuba during upcoming visit
AFP
7/23/15 Florida’s Stonegate Bank makes breakthrough in Cuba
Miami Whitefield, The Miami Herald
7/23/15 How to Build a Relationship With Havana
James Stavridis, Foreign Policy
7/23/15 U.S.-Cuba thaw provides new hope for a niche sport in Havana
Reena Flores, CBS
7/21/15 Current Record
7/21/15 U.S.-Cuban bank deal will let business make direct transactions
Felicia Schwartz and Ryan Tracy, MSN
7/21/15 Most Republicans back re-establishing ties with Cuba, ending trade embargo: poll
Seth McLaughlin, The Washington Times
7/21/15 Cuban-American resistance to diplomatic thaw proves tepid
David Adams, Reuters
7/21/15 Poll: Majority of Americans Favor Diplomatic Ties With Cuba
Deb Rieghmann and Emily Swanson, AP
7/21/15 Visitors to Havana can find US-Cuban connections everywhere
Beth Harpaz, The Miami Herald
7/21/15 U.S. Has Made an 'Irreversible Step' With Cuba, Kerry Says
Jon Schuppe, NBC News
7/20/15 Statement Regarding Today’s Reopening of Embassies in Havana and Washington, DC Files
Cuba Study Group
7/20/15 CBS News poll: Resuming relations with Cuba
Sarah Dutton, Jennifer De Pinto, Anthony Salvanto, and Fred Backus, CBS News
7/20/15 US and Cuba reopen embassies after 54 years with no diplomatic ties
Silvia Ayuso, El Pais
7/19/15 Jeffery DeLaurentis: The US State Department's 'Man in Havana'
Katy Watson, BBC
7/19/15 Hope takes over Havana
James Williams and Ricardo Herrero, The Miami Herald
7/12/15 Mitch McConnell Thinks Congress Will Block Obama's Efforts To Engage With Cuba
Reuters
7/11/15 The strange and challenging world of Cuban tech start-ups
Mimi Whitefield, The Miami Herald
7/10/15 How will arrival of US cruise giant affect Cuba?
Oliver Smith, The Telegraph
7/9/15 Airbnb's Secret To Scaling In Cuba
Sarah Kessler, MSN Money
7/9/15 Orlando airport's new charter service to Cuba took off Wednesday
Orlando Sentinel
7/7/15 Censorship still apparent as Cuba forges place in the art world
PBS
7/7/15 Cuba doesn’t love Marco Rubio. Why is that relevant?
Janell Ross, The Washington Post
7/7/15 Hola, Havana! Carnival Cleared by U.S. to Offer Cruises to Cuba
Chris Palmeri, Bloomberg
7/7/15 Cuban dissidents report being attacked by government security forces
Nora Gamez Torres, The Miami Herald
7/6/15 U.S. Cuba Policy: Where Things Stand Now
Felicia Schwartz, The Wall Street Journal
7/6/15 Cuban entrepreneur builds a business on classic American cars
Mimi Whitefield, The Miami Herald
7/6/15 Fight avoided over U.S. ambassador to Cuba, for now
Elise Viebeck, The Washington Post
7/6/15 Restoring U.S.-Cuba diplomatic ties long overdue
Editorial Opinion, The Dallas Morning News
7/4/15 A Reopened Embassy In Havana Could Be A Boon For U.S. Businesses
Michele Peleman, NPR
7/3/15 Obama's Cuba Policy Deserves a Cigar
Editorial Opinion, Bloomberg
7/3/15 Cuba opens WiFi hotspots across country
Adam Justice, International Business Times
7/2/15 Poll: Do you agree with U.S., Cuba opening embassies in each other's capitals?
The New Jersey Journal
7/2/15 How the Presidential Field Responded to Obama's Cuba Announcement
Bloomberg
7/2/15 Trade with Cuba? We already do $300 million worth
Politico
7/2/15 The U.S. and Cuba: A reality check
Politico
7/2/15 Time to accept change in relations
Mike Fernandez, The Miami Herald
7/1/15 U.S. and Cuba to Announce Plan to Reopen Embassies
Peter Baker and Julie Hirchfeld Davis, The New York Times
7/1/15 In ‘historic step,’ Obama announces full diplomatic relations with Cuba
Mimi Whitefield, The Miami Herald
7/1/15 No Internet? No Problem. Inside Cuba's Tech Revolution
Miguel Helft, Forbes
7/1/15 Statement on the Reestablishment of Diplomatic Relations with Cuba Files
Cuba Study Group
7/1/15 Cuba becomes first country to halt mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis – UN health agency
Bloomberg Business