President Donald Trump stood before a crowd of Cuban Americans at the Manuel Artime Theater in Little Havana a year ago Saturday and with great fanfare and to the accompaniment of an exile violinist playing "The Star-Spangled Banner" announced his new vision for Cuba policy.

He said the goal was to lessen the Cuban military's control over the Cuban economy, supporting Cuba's private sector in the process. He followed up with new regulations last September on travel by Americans to the island and a list of 180 military-controlled hotels, stores and other firms that are off-limits to American citizens, green-card holders and businesses.

Recent Articles

Date Title
6/28/18 Trump administration extends ban on lawsuits over confiscated property in Cuba
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
6/28/18 Exile group targets alleged human-rights abusers in Cuba now living in South Florida
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
6/28/18 Cubans are flocking to Guyana for economic reasons — but there's a twist
Doreen Hemlock, Miami Herald
6/28/18 Senate passes farm bill, setting up food stamp battle with the House
Catherine Boudreau and Liz Crampton, Politico
6/27/18 Senate farm bill stalled by Rubio's Cuba crusade
Liz Crampton and Catherine Boudreau, Politico
6/26/18 United States urges Cuba to release two 'prisoners of conscience'
6/25/18 Russian oil bought by PDVSA for Cuba discharges in the Caribbean -data
6/25/18 Cuba courts new mining investment, but can it compete?
Heidi Vella, Mining Technology
6/21/18 Cuba loosens grip on media, allows for more independent reporting
Andrea Rodriguez, Christian Science Monitor
6/20/18 These Americans suffered severe neurological disorders in Cuba. Now they have a lawyer.
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
6/19/18 Cubans on the island want to talk to you about refilling their phone minutes
Mario J. Pentón, Miami Herald
6/18/18 Havana could see cruise arrivals triple as Cuba's tourism boom continues
Claire Boobbyer, The Telegraph
6/17/18 Current Record
6/14/18 US renews call for Cuba to probe cause of health ‘attacks’
Matthew Lee, Boston Magazine
6/14/18 Has President Trump's year-old Cuba policy helped the Cuban people?
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
6/14/18 Trump is willing to negotiate with North Korea — but not Cuba
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
6/14/18 Rubio's Hypocrisy On Trump, North Korea – Call It Rubiocrisy – Is Bad For Latin America
Tim Padgett, WLRN
6/13/18 U.S.-Cuba Bilateral Commission to meet for first time since U.S. withdrew embassy personnel
Carmen Sesin, NBC News
6/13/18 Pennsylvania businesses join effort to loosen Cuba trade restrictions
Benjamin Mikek, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
6/13/18 Trump’s tougher Cuba policy having little impact on Tampa area
Paul Guzzo, Tampa Bay Times
6/13/18 The Trump-Rubio politics of hypocrisy: Cuba, no deal. North Korea? 'Has great beaches.'
Fabiola Santiago, Miami Herald
6/12/18 Did he try to smuggle $33,000 in electronics to Cuba? The question is in federal court
David Goodhue, Miami Herald
6/12/18 Rick Scott, vocal Cuba deal critic, mostly mum on North Korea deal
Gray Rohrer, Orlando Sentinel
6/12/18 Let's Talk About This Cuban-Russian-Chinese Conspiracy
Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone
6/11/18 Video: Two Venezuelans beaten at Cuba airport for refusing to leave their luggage behind
Monique O. Madan and Sonia Osorio, Miami Herald
6/11/18 US pulls two more from Cuba amid puzzling health cases now affecting China
Beth Mole, ARS Technica
6/10/18 Cuba says it can't uncover cause of 'sonic attacks' on US diplomats
Alessia Grunberger, CNN
6/7/18 Black boxes in fiery Cuban airline crash being analyzed in Washington
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
6/7/18 If you send packages to relatives or friends in Cuba, goods could get confiscated
Mario J. Pentón, Miami Herald
6/7/18 The U.S. Is Still Clueless About the Creepy 'Sonic' Attacks in China and Cuba
Joe Pappalardo, Popular Mechanics
6/6/18 In sign of tougher policy shift, Trump appoints Cuba 'hardliner' to lead Radio and TV Martí
Marc Caputo, Politico
6/6/18 Why African-American Doctors Are Choosing to Study Medicine in Cuba
Anakwa Dwamena, The New Yorker
6/6/18 A Medical Mystery Grows as U.S. Consulate Workers in China Fall Ill
Steven Lee Myers and Jane Perlez, New York Times
6/6/18 Google and Cuba close to finalizing agreement to expand internet access on the island
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
6/5/18 U.S. sets up task force to investigate diplomatic health incidents in Cuba and China
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
6/4/18 Cuba's new president meets with US senator, Google exec
AP, The News & Observer
6/3/18 Cuba ‘sonic attack’ conspiracy theories and flawed science
The Guardian
6/3/18 Cuba to begin constitutional reforms to formalise ''opening-up'
6/3/18 U.S., Cuba decide to make direct mail service permanent
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
6/3/18 Cuba raises death toll from Storm Alberto to seven, two missing