As a historian of Cuba, as a Cuban-American, as an American citizen, I applaud President Obama's change of course on Cuba. Surprisingly, so do my 93 and 88-year old Republican parents in Miami.
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WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama will get no money for his Cuba policy, no ambassador will be confirmed and the embargo will never be lifted, Sen....
I was in Havana, Cuba, with no visa and no permission from the U.S. government. It was just the way I wanted it.
The hard liners' argument that travel provides economic support for Cuba's "evil regime" is disingenuous.
The U.S. today has an historic opportunity to put aside half a century of division and build a new future with one of its closest neighbors by ending the ban on travel to Cuba.
Many ordinary Cubans see Barack Obama as the first light at the end of the nearly fifty year-old tunnel.
(Washington, DC, April 13, 2009) - President Barack Obama's executive order ending restrictions on Cuban-Americans' travel and remittances to Cuba is ...
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