How New Cuba Flights Will Impact Travel

How New Cuba Flights Will Impact Travel

By Peggy Goldman Cuba Journal Contributor For Americans wishing to finally experience Cuba’s rich Afro-European culture after fifty years of embargo and enmity, news that commercial air service is on the horizon (pun, fully intended) is being met with celebration. And it should. For consumers, commercial air service means increased competition, lower fares and more … Read more

How Conservation Is Bringing the US and Cuba Together

How Conservation Is Bringing the US and Cuba Together

A new approach on the environment By Raimundo Espinoza After decades of non-existent diplomatic relations between the U.S. and Cuba, President Obama forever changed things in December, 2014, by stating that “America extends a hand of friendship” to the Cuban people, and began charting a new course for re-establishing diplomatic relations. As the relationship between the … Read more

John Kerry: Cuba, One Year Later

John Kerry: Cuba, One Year Later

US Secretary of State John Kerry’s statement on the first anniversary of the US-Cuba rapprochement By John Kerry A year has passed since President Obama proposed normalizing relations with Cuba, re-opening our embassies, and creating more opportunities for our two peoples to engage with one another.  This was a dramatic change in policy, but it represented … Read more