Monthly Archives: June 2012

Cuba Should Not be on the Terrorist List

To the surprise and disappointment of many, this week the Supreme Court did not review a Florida law passed in 2006 which barred public schools and universities from using state money for travel to Cuba – Cuba being deemed by … Continue reading

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U.S.-Cuban Stalemate?

U.S.-Cuban relations seem to have entered, yet again, a blind alley. In a May 10 interview on CNN’s The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer, Josefina Vidal, the head of North American Affairs for the Cuban Foreign Ministry, said that Cuban … Continue reading

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