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He hopes to lead them, but his hardline views on Cuba are out of step.
The ferries would only be able to carry licensed travelers to Cuba, including Cuban Americans visiting relatives and Americans
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WASHINGTON, Dec 22 (Reuters) - Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell said on Monday he opposed U.S. President Barack Obama's
"Senator Marco Rubio is acting like an isolationist who wants to retreat to our borders and perhaps build a moat," Paul wrote
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The CRS report also noted that Cuba is a regional member of the Financial Action Task Force, an international group that
President Barack Obama’s move to normalize U.S.-Cuba diplomatic relations for the first time since 1961 would have been unthinkable
A majority of the American public favors normalizing U.S.-Cuba relations, according to a poll released this year by the Atlantic
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), another member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, was equally blunt. Appearing on Fox
Diana Nyad, America's most celebrated long-distance swimmer, tried and tried to cross the Florida Straits. On her fifth attempt, at age 64, she made it. If she runs for the presidency in 2016, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton could echo if not exceed the scope of Ms. Nyad's achievement.
If these two men are nominated and confirmed, this doesn't mean President Obama will elevate Cuba as a foreign policy priority. But it does mean that seasoned figures who urged the country to dump its Cold War baggage and normalize relations would be at the table.
In parallel with the tendency to confront our pressing problems from multiple angles, there is also a current that feeds the rejection of the other.
With President Obama attending the 2012 Summit of the Americas, we have to ask this: Who benefits from his decision to continue a Bush-era policy of coaxing Cuban doctors to leave their medical missions and defect to the United States?
Our failed approach to Cuba was originally justified as part of the Cold War policy of "containment" of the Soviet Union. That policy has now outlasted the Soviet Union by over two decades.
The real impact is in how the elections do or don't affect the administration's Cuba policy, or a push to finally craft and
When it comes to public sentiment toward the U.S.'s relationship with Cuba, the Public Campaign report insists that the hard
These pots, which were the latest objects of worship of a paternalistic government, are no longer sold; today, once again, they are offered by alternative artisans in the street at whatever price they care to demand.
In spite of all the embargo rhetoric about the need to punish Castro for being a dictator and a stain on human rights, the