Cuba Standard exclusive: We publish an excerpt of Richard Feinberg's 56-page paper that lays out a two-tier approach
At the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York, the presidents talked about additional steps to deepen bilateral cooperation
World Policy Institute Senior Fellow Lissa Weinmann sat down with Kirby Jones to discuss the next steps for the U.S. in advancing its relationship with Cuba. Having traveled regularly to Cuba for the last 40 years, Jones has been described by Newsweek as having “better contacts in Cuba than any other American,” and by The New York Times as the “man to see about business in Cuba.”
An economic study by the Paris-based trade credit insurance division of Allianz Group predicts that U.S. exports to Cuba will reach $6 billion by 2020
In contrast to other bills pending in the House and Senate, H.R. 3238 would lift the embargo altogether. However, it would prohibit the use of taxpayer funds to promote exports.
One day after the official opening of embassies, a small South Florida bank announced it signed a correspondent banking agreement with state-owned BICSA, the first in more than half a century for a U.S. bank
John Kerry will become the first U.S. secretary of state in Cuba since 1958 when he visits Havana Aug. 14 to formally open the U.S. embassy
A high-profile delegation accompanies the Cuban foreign minister in Washington. Bruno Rodríguez will also meet his U.S. peer.