Alarmed by signs that its fragile relationship with the United States might fall apart under President-elect Donald Trump, the Cuban government is quietly reaching out to its contacts in the United States to determine how best to protect the communist regime’s tenuous diplomatic position.

The Cubans are trying to figure out who Trump is, what his real thinking about Cuba might be and how they might be heard by his fledgling administration.



Recent Articles

Date Title
12/28/16 Raul Castro pushes Cuba to welcome more foreign investment
Andrea Torres, Local 10
12/27/16 Cuba says economy shrank this year in tandem with Venezuela crisis
Sarah Marsh and Marc Frank, Reuters
12/27/16 Why Cuba's Muslim Population is Growing
Lucy Westcott, Newsweek
12/27/16 Cuba Bans Naming Statues Or Public Places After Fidel Castro
Reuters, Huffington Post
12/26/16 Cuban President Raul Castro Faces Deep Problems in 2017
Andrew Rodriguez, ABC News
12/26/16 AP's regional offices return to Cuba
Joe Uchill, The Hill
12/21/16 Scott urges Castro to bring freedom, democracy to Cuba
Peter Burke, WPLG
12/21/16 An opportunity for Donald Trump in Cuba
Carlos Gutierrez, The Hill
12/19/16 The Cuban rum industry is booming
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
12/19/16 Doing Business in a Post-Fidel Cuba
Pablo González AlonsoAlec Lee, Harvard Business Review
12/19/16 Cuba announces home internet trial scheme in Havana
BBC
12/18/16 Was vote by Miami’s Cuban community a referendum on Obama’s policy?
Mary Ellen Klas and Patricia Mazzei, Miami Herald
12/18/16 Reversing Cuba policy seen as a punch in the gut to Latin America
Franco Ordoñez, Miami Herald
12/18/16 American attorney defending Cuban dissident artist arrested, foundation says
Alex Harris, Miami Herald
12/15/16 U.S., Cuba explore renewable energy options
Daniel J. Graeber, UPI
12/15/16 On 2nd anniversary, Cubans race to sign U.S. contracts to secure opening
Alan Gomez, USA Today
12/15/16 Cuba wants to pay off some of its Cold War debt in rum
Ishaan Tharoor
12/15/16 Trump a big question mark for people in Cuba
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
12/14/16 White House hopes Cuba policy too 'irreversible' for Trump to turn back
Reuters, CBC
12/14/16 Cuba and Venezuela’s Ties of Solidarity Fray
Anatoly Kurmanaev, Wall Street Journal
12/14/16 Cuba Gets Back in Action as Big Film Shoots Return
Elaine Diaz, Variety
12/13/16 Cuba: Island of Baseball: Documentary focuses on risk, reward of Cuban defectors
Jorge L. Ortiz, USA Today
12/13/16 Cuba, in Clothes
Chavie Lieber, Racked
12/12/16 Google, Cuba Sign Allowing Faster Access to Company's Data
Michael Weissenstein, ABC News
12/12/16 Trump Presidency ‘Will Not Affect in Any Way’ Relations Between EU and Cuba
Lawrence Norman, Wall Street Journal
12/11/16 Powerful anti-embargo Cuban Americans split over how close is too close to Castro regime
Patricia Mazzei, Miami Herald
12/11/16 Google said to reach agreement with cuba for expanded service
The Guardian
12/8/16 Cuba’s Surge in Tourism Keeps Food Off Residents’ Plates
Azam Ahmed, New York Times
12/8/16 Make space at Havana Harbor: Pearl Seas Cruises joins the cruise frenzy to Cuba
Chabeli Herrera, Miami Herald
12/7/16 Businessman Trump urged to keep U.S.-Cuba detente going
Matt Spetalnick and Patricia Zengerle, Reuters
12/7/16 Royal Caribbean, Norwegian Cruise Lines Launch Cuba Service
Justin Bachman and Christopher Palmeri, Bloomberg
12/7/16 Will doors close on travel to Cuba?
Christopher Muther, Boston Globe
12/6/16 Cuban oil program accelerating
Daniel J. Graeber, UPI
12/6/16 Cuba, U.S. to discuss detente in wake of Trump election
Sarah Marsh and Matt Spetalnick, Reuters
12/5/16 "Raúl Castro at Fidel’s final homage: ‘We vow to defend the homeland and socialism’"
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
12/5/16 Dissident artist jailed in Cuba beaten and fed sedative-laced food, family says
Elizabeth Llorente, Fox News
12/4/16 Current Record
12/4/16 Fidel Castro Laid to Rest in Cuba, Ending Nine Days of Mourning
Reuters, Fortune
12/1/16 The case for continued US-Cuba engagement
Alana Tummino, CNN
12/1/16 American Airlines Cutting Number of Flights to Cuba After Weak Demand
NBC