After some 16 months of studying Trump’s severe tightening of the longstanding US economic blockade of Cuba that contributed to serious food & medicine shortages and a sharp increase in Cubans attempting to enter the US without a visa, these policy steps include increasing consular services and visa processing, and limited broadening of travel opportunities to Cuba.
IFCO/Pastors for Peace Virtual Event: Cuba 2022 — Eyewitness Accounts from International May Day Brigade & Other Delegations
Virtual meeting May 24th to hear about the experiences of the International May Day Brigade; delegates of Brigadistas from around the world met for two weeks with union workers, farmers, neighborhood groups, health and scientific workers, women’s groups, and artists!
Due to the pandemic, it is not practical for people from the U.S. to travel to Cuba, although other countries, such as the UK, list Cuba among the nations safe enough for […]
By The Associated Press via The New York Times October 25, 2019 MIAMI — The Trump administration is banning U.S. flights to all Cuban cities except Havana in the latest move to roll […]
The Trump administration changed the rules for Americans traveling to Cuba in June, but it did not close down tourism By Amy Virshup for the New York Times, September 30, 2019 1. You […]
Experience a Unique Country Achieving A High Level Of Human Development At Sustainable Ecological Levels
The World Wildlife Fund’s 2006 LIVING PLANET report found only one country had high human development (long life expectancy & good health indicators, high levels of literacy & education, etc.) and an […]
By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS | FEB. 17, 2016 WASHINGTON — President Obama will travel to Cuba within weeks, a senior administration official said on Wednesday, making a historic visit as part of an […]
By FRANCES ROBLES | FEB. 16, 2016 MIAMI — The Obama administration’s top transportation officials joined Cuban dignitaries at the Hotel Nacional in Havana on Tuesday to sign an agreement that will restore commercial […]
By Michael Weissenstein, Associated Press – Havana February 12, 2016 The United States and Cuba will sign an agreement next week to resume commercial air traffic for the first time in five […]
By JULIA PRESTON | FEB. 12, 2016 LAREDO, Tex. — They are crossing the border here by the hundreds each day, approved to enter the United States in a matter of hours. Part of […]