Commercial revival is the next step as US-Cuba thaw continues
In 1961, President Dwight Eisenhower officially severed diplomatic relations with Cuba, shuttering the United States embassy in Havana. The move marked the beginning of half a century of diplomatic hibernation, a sleep so deep that it survived the thawing of the Cold War by a full generation. Then, on December 17, 2014, those relations were roused from their slumber when Presidents Barack Obama and Raul Castro announced they would begin to normalise relations between their two nations. The question now is how far and how fast that process can go.
Events since December have moved at a warp speed by diplomatic standards. On July 1, 2015, President Obama announced that diplomatic relatio...
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