Cuba

Issue #9 President Bush Courts Old Miami The Cuba policy remarks President Bush delivered last Friday were more notable for their embrace of Miami’s most hard-line, first-generation segment of the Cuban exile community than for their relatively modest substance. First-generation exiles, grouped today in organizations such as [Read More...]
Issue #8 Miami Counterpoint The Cuba debate permeates South Florida every day, but it took an unusual turn last Saturday when the Bush Administration, having learned that a summit of pro-engagement groups would take place at the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables, convened its [Read More...]
Issue #7 Testimony to Senate Finance Committee Statement of Philip Peters Vice President, Lexington Institute before the Committee on Finance United States Senate September 4, 2003 Mr. Chairman, Members of the Committee: Thank you for inviting me to testify on a subject of great importance to American [Read More...]
The Value of Engagement with Cuba Presentation Statement before the Committee on Finance United States Senate Mr. Chairman, Members of the Committee: Thank you for inviting me to testify on a subject of great importance to American foreign policy in this hemisphere: United States relations with [Read More...]
Preparing for a New Reality Article Published in the Latin Finance A post-Castro Cuba is an opportunity for the United States to fill a void for people living in an economic limbo. Washington should emphasize freer communication now to prepare for life without Casto, writes [Read More...]
Issue #6 Cuba Imposes New Foreign Exchange Controls On July 16, Cuba’s central bank announced new foreign exchange controls that apply to Cuban banks and state enterprises. The new regulations, intended to ensure “efficient use of financial resources,” will “establish the use of the convertible peso as the [Read More...]
Issue #5 The Imperfect Migration Accords At Work The Bush Administration set domestic politics aside and sent a strong signal against hijacking and illegal migration when it turned over to Cuban authorities a dozen Cubans who last week commandeered a vessel and attempted to reach the United States. [Read More...]
Models of Engagement: How Foreign Projects Work in Cuba Research Study International engagement with Cuba is limited by many factors: the relatively narrow scope of projects of interest to Cuban authorities, the lack of independent Cuban organizations that can enter international partnerships on their own, Cuban centralization and bureaucracy, [Read More...]
Models of Engagement: How Foreign Projects Work in Cuba International engagement with Cuba is limited by many factors: the relatively narrow scope of projects of interest to Cuban authorities, the lack of independent Cuban organizations that can enter international partnerships on their own, Cuban centralization and bureaucracy, and the [Read More...]
Issue #4 The Bush Cuba Policy After Two Years As the President prepares to address Cuban Americans at a White House ceremony today, he faces a situation where his Cuba policy and his Cuban American political strategy may both fall short of their objectives. The Administration has stated the [Read More...]
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