CUBA STANDARD — A Senate bill originally introduced in 2019 by a bipartisan group of legislators that would…
Arnold & Porter lawyers analyze and summarize the state of Title III lawsuits
By Domingo Amuchastegui Last November’s U.S. election results triggered great expectations among Cubans. With Biden-Harris in the White…
The blacklisting of AIS makes sending money to Cuba even more difficult and tenuous
In a campaign-style event at the White House, Trump prohibits U.S. travelers to stay at any state-owned hotels in Cuba.
The very cursory coverage of a May 7 Council of Ministers meeting in the official press gave some hints
Even if the United States claims to be a nation of laws, one thing seems clear: Americans neither understand nor see the need to subject themselves to international law. Case in point: Helms-Burton
The event at Dalhousie University also features the first report by a Canadian panel on the diplomatic ailment mystery
In addition to barter mechanisms and blocking statutes, the EU should encourage European companies to go to court ... in the United States, a think tank analyst close to the German government argues.
Often lost in the media coverage surrounding Helms-Burton lawsuits is the fact that Cuba's first wave of nationalizations in the 1960s happened within a legal framework that still holds today.
One day before the Trump administration was expected to release details about how Title III will be implemented, Cuba Standard talked to Washington lawyer and Helms-Burton expert Robert Muse
The fact that the U.S. political system is unabashedly ruled by money should not lead us to believe that all political systems are like ours
Four events in the last 14 days illustrate how the region is being captured, probably irretrievably, by a new cold war that involves the United States, China, Russia and Europe
One has to be blind not to recognize that this is a landslide victory. But the Cuban system also must accommodate the one-fourth of voters with contrarian or critical views
In a letter to Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue, the United Sates Agriculture Coalition for Cuba warned that, if President Donald Trump fails to suspend Title III of the Helms-Burton Act on March 2, "an unnecessary flood of litigation" could "dash the export of U.S. food products to Cuba"