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New Poll Shows Majority Cuban-American Support For Normalization

New Poll Shows Majority Cuban-American Support For Normalization

Posted on 12/17/2015 @ 06:55 PM

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A new Bendixen & Amandi survey of the Cuban-American community shows that its support for both the policy and an end to the embargo has only continued to grow over the past year.

 #CubaNow Briefing: Cutting To The Heart Of The Embargo

#CubaNow Briefing: Cutting To The Heart Of The Embargo

Posted on 12/10/2015 @ 12:40 PM

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The start of talks this week over settling remaining claims between the U.S. and Cuba is one of the biggest developments since normalization.

#CubaNow Briefing: The Costs of Paralysis

#CubaNow Briefing: The Costs of Paralysis

Posted on 12/04/2015 @ 02:31 PM

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Inevitable is not the same thing as imminent, and kicking the normalization can down the road is having severe consequences at this very moment.

Come See Cuba's Tech Pioneers Talk About The Future Of Cuba

Come See Cuba's Tech Pioneers Talk About The Future Of Cuba

Posted on 12/02/2015 @ 10:29 AM

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In partnership with Techweek, #CubaNow is proud to host "Emerging Tech In Cuba: Meet Its Pioneers."

#CubaNow Briefing: Why Lifting The Embargo Is More Urgent Than You Think

#CubaNow Briefing: Why Lifting The Embargo Is More Urgent Than You Think

Posted on 11/20/2015 @ 02:32 PM

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Lift the embargo and give the Cuban people the policy they need.

Today's Must-Read Op-Ed: Fate Of Cuban Adjustment Act Must Be Tied To Embargo

Today's Must-Read Op-Ed: Fate Of Cuban Adjustment Act Must Be Tied To Embargo

Posted on 11/17/2015 @ 12:04 PM

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In an op-ed for today's Miami Herald, #CubaNow's Ric Herrero explains why the Cuban Adjustment Act should only go when the embargo makes its own overdue exit.

#CubaNow Briefing: Steady Progress In U.S.-Cuba Engagement

#CubaNow Briefing: Steady Progress In U.S.-Cuba Engagement

Posted on 11/13/2015 @ 12:20 PM

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With the anniversary of the December 17th announcement on the horizon, it looks like even more major news in U.S.-Cuba relations is on the way.

#CubaNow Briefing: Fostering Change Instead Of Forcing It

#CubaNow Briefing: Fostering Change Instead Of Forcing It

Posted on 11/06/2015 @ 10:17 AM

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This week we’ve seen more signs that Cuba, if slowly and sometimes reluctantly, is opening up.

#CubaNow Briefing: The Road Not Taken At The United Nations

#CubaNow Briefing: The Road Not Taken At The United Nations

Posted on 10/30/2015 @ 02:28 PM

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The vote at the United Nations this week represented a missed opportunity to go bigger.

#CubaNow Briefing: It’s Silly Season And The Flowers Are In Full Bloom

#CubaNow Briefing: It’s Silly Season And The Flowers Are In Full Bloom

Posted on 10/23/2015 @ 12:55 PM

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Some weeks remind you why the need to change direction in Cuba policy was long overdue. This was one of them.

#CubaNow Briefing: Another Two Steps Forward…

#CubaNow Briefing: Another Two Steps Forward…

Posted on 10/16/2015 @ 04:49 PM

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We have a short briefing this week but one with some stories and developments you don’t want to miss.

#CubaNow Briefing: On Breaking Bad Habits

#CubaNow Briefing: On Breaking Bad Habits

Posted on 10/09/2015 @ 09:50 AM

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No one should fall for the same old tricks from those who would stymie progress in Cuba.

#CubaNow Briefing: What Confidence In A Better Cuba Looks Like

#CubaNow Briefing: What Confidence In A Better Cuba Looks Like

Posted on 09/30/2015 @ 11:19 AM

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From the United Nations to Miami, the change in discussion around Cuba is palpable.

#CubaNow Briefing: What Pope Francis Said And What He Inspired

#CubaNow Briefing: What Pope Francis Said And What He Inspired

Posted on 09/25/2015 @ 02:25 PM

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It isn't just the Pope’s message of reconciliation and service that gives us great optimism about the days ahead, it's also what it's inspired people to do.

#CubaNow Briefing: All Eyes On Pope Francis' Historic Visit To Cuba And The U.S.

#CubaNow Briefing: All Eyes On Pope Francis' Historic Visit To Cuba And The U.S.

Posted on 09/18/2015 @ 02:06 PM

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The Holy Father’s visits to Cuba and the U.S. kick off tomorrow, and it’s clear from the reaction we’ve seen this week that they couldn’t have come at a better time.

#CubaNow Statement On Cuba's Pardoning Of Prisoners Ahead Of Papal Visit

#CubaNow Statement On Cuba's Pardoning Of Prisoners Ahead Of Papal Visit

Posted on 09/11/2015 @ 10:51 AM

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#CubaNow issues a statement on the news that the Cuban government will release over 3,500 prisoners as a gesture of goodwill ahead of Pope Francis' visit.

The Pro-Embargo Lobby’s Last Stand

The Pro-Embargo Lobby’s Last Stand

Posted on 09/10/2015 @ 12:29 PM

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The last bastion of our failed embargo policy no longer resides in the majority of Cuban-Americans.

#CubaNow Briefing: A Weekend To Rest After A Great Year's Work

#CubaNow Briefing: A Weekend To Rest After A Great Year's Work

Posted on 09/04/2015 @ 12:59 PM

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We’ve rounded up some of the more interesting Cuba coverage from the past week, right as Congress heads back from recess and as Pope Francis prepares to visit the U.S. and Cuba.

#CubaNow Briefing: Summer Is Winding Down, But Momentum In Cuba Isn’t

#CubaNow Briefing: Summer Is Winding Down, But Momentum In Cuba Isn’t

Posted on 08/28/2015 @ 05:38 PM

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Summer might be coming to a close, but’s still a genuinely exciting time for U.S.-Cuba relations.

The New York Times: Cuban Dissident Leaders Welcome New Era

The New York Times: Cuban Dissident Leaders Welcome New Era

Posted on 08/24/2015 @ 05:08 PM

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Has the U.S. snubbed dissidents? An op-ed in today’s New York Times by Ernesto Londoño highlights the actual situation on the ground in Cuba.