Category Archives: Cuba

Cuba needs to be ‘more libre’


The U.S. and Cuba will hold another round of talks next week on May 21 to discuss the reopening of embassies in each other’s capitals as part of efforts to… Read more »

Cuba open for business? Pope Francis and Castro regime’s windfall


It is true that Pope Francis has every good intention of helping the Cubans solve many of their material problems, notes analyst Carlos Alberto Montaner. But judging from the jubilation… Read more »

‘Neo-appeasement’? No progress on restoring Cuba ties


The State Department cannot cite any progress on a key step in the Obama administration’s policy of restoring ties with the Cuban government: the opening of a U.S. Embassy in… Read more »