As mayor for 16 years, Michael C. Dow spearheaded Mobile’s engagement with Cuba.
Soon to be 25 years old, the Society Mobile-La Habana forged the first U.S.-Cuba sister city, and has since encouraged other U.S. cities to follow suit.
Cuban entrepreneurs have benefitted from increased U.S. travel to Cuba, argues Cuba Educational Travel President Collin Laverty.
Trump’s Cuba policy directive leaves U.S. companies with reason to pause.
Could a U.S. call for grant proposals support Cuban entrepreneurship and foster bilateral research? Perhaps, say experts.
President Trump’s vow to cut the flow of cash to the military may inadvertently hurt the private sector.
With so much interest from American interest in business and travel, how successful will Trump’s hardline Cuba stance be?
Amid criticism, some groups saw the announcement as an admission from embargo hardliners that old tactics didn’t work.