Why This Firm is Urging Caution on the Cuba “Gold Rush”

Why This Firm is Urging Caution on the Cuba “Gold Rush”

By the Cuba Journal staff Jones Lang LaSalle – has warned U.S. investors to hold off on investing in Cuba, according the firm’s latest report. The firm advised investors that even with President Barack Obama’s recent easing of sanctions, integration with Cuba will take time, even after the trade embargo is lifted. “When the [normalization] … Read more

A Poet in Cuba

A Poet in Cuba

By the Cuba Journal staff American poet Richard Blanco visited Cuba this week as one of a recent series of expressions of softening of relations between the United States and Cuba, according to a report by ABC News. At President Obama’s 2012 swearing-in, Blanco became the first immigrant, first openly gay person, and first Latino … Read more

Engage Cuba Coalition Challenges Legislative Roadblocks

Engage Cuba Coalition Challenges Legislative Roadblocks

By Cuba Journal Staff Engage Cuba is an independent public policy organization dedicated to mobilizing American businesses, non-profit groups and concerned citizens in support of the the ongoing U.S.‐Cuba normalization process and enacting legislation to reform U.S. travel and trade restrictions with Cuba. Despite its short life, the organization has acquired an impressive membership roster.  To … Read more