An End to the Counterproductive Cuban Embargo

By | December 19, 2014

President Obama’s announcement to overhaul U.S. policy toward Cuba is historic. And according to Cato scholar Juan Carlos Hidalgo, president’s move should be uncontroversial. “U.S. policy toward Cuba has been a blatant failure,” says Hidalgo. “It has not brought about democracy to the island and instead provided Havana with an excuse to portray itself as the victim of U.S. aggression. …The 114th Congress should pick up where the president left off and move to fully end the trade embargo and lift the travel ban on Cuba.”

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