What is the U.S. Embargo on Cuba?
The United States embargo against Cuba prevents American businesses, and businesses with commercial activities in the United States, from conducting trade with Cuban interests. It is the most enduring trade embargo in modern history.
On October 19, 1960, the U.S. placed an embargo on exports to Cuba except for food and medicine and later it was extended to… READ MORE
Can Biden End the Embargo?
It is now commonly acknowledged that Joe Biden has the authority to unilaterally modify the U.S. embargo on Cuba. This power exists notwithstanding Congress’s attempted “codification” of the U.S. Treasury Department regulations that constitute that embargo.
It remains little understood, though, that the president has the power to… READ MORE
Should the U.S. End the Embargo on Cuba?
Yes, of course. It has severely restricted trade and travel between the two nations. Its value and impact have proven to be useless. The United States is the only nation that still has a trade embargo against Cuba. After six decades, it’s clear that U.S. policy has failed to achieve its goals: the end of the Cuban political model and a “so-called” peaceful transition to democracy.
Today, Cuba remains the same and the real victims of U.S. policies are the 11 million… READ MORE
How the Embargo violates US Citizens rights?
In America, people believe that travel is inherently educational and is a human right. Everything we do in our everyday jobs is supposedly dedicated to creating a more welcoming and globally engaged United States and a more peaceful world.
The free exchange of people and ideas is one of the core tenets of the U.S. The embargo and the travel ban to Cuba undermine that tenet and inhibit the U.S. ability to build trust. It also undermines our leadership in the… READ MORE