Sunday, March 15, 2009

Cuba Travel: An Opening

The U.S. Treasury Dept., following Congressional directives, reinstated the right of U.S. citizens to visit "close relatives" in Cuba once every 12 months.
It's a meaningful opening, and could signal the day when ordinary Americans might have the freedom to travel to Cuba.
Might even Barack and Raoul begin a dialogue one of these days? Now, that would be something. We might have to tackle healthcare first.
But, if we can talk to Tehran or Damascus, why not Havana?

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