A little round of Qs and As on US-Cuban policy.
Rand Paul is one of the few Republicans who seems to be evaluating the new policy toward Cuba through something other than an outdated Cold War perspective.
The resumption of diplomatic relations between U.S. and Cuba, and expansion of some commercial trade ties, is historic but it’s only the first step toward the goal of ending an outdated embargo.
An American freed from captivity, and potentially huge changes in America’s diplomatic and trade relationship with Cuba.
The U.S. embargo of Cuba, and our lack of diplomatic recognition of the government in Havana, is an outdated relic of the Cold War. It’s time to end it.
The sixth year of a presidency leads to some predictable commentary (and some comparative notes).
A piece at Foreign Policy provides a chance to give some thought to institutions.
Some thoughts and links about the ongoing turmoil in Venezuela.