Bridging the Gap to Cuba

Maria del Carmen Ramos
Maria del Carmen Ramos

Last December, President Barack Obama announced a series of changes to the United States’ policy toward Cuba. The most significant changes, from a foreign policy perspective, included restoring diplomatic relations with Cuba and opening a U.S. embassy in Havana. But the announced changes also included easing the restrictions on the ability of Americans to travel to and do business with Cuba. Recently, the current administration promulgated amended regulations¬†implementing the policy changes President Obama announced in December. Continue reading “Bridging the Gap to Cuba”