Tagged: U.S.-Cuba relations
IPS scholars James Early and Netfa Freeman talk about how new diplomatic relations with Cuba give us a chance to see the response from the Cuban people and move forward in the battle to end the embargo.
Don't miss this rare opportunity to learn what's really happening in Cuba on the heels of President Obama's visit.
The International Committee, accompanied by dozens of supporters from across the United States and beyond, will descend on Washington from April 18-22 for a second "Days of Action against the Blockade."
Obama's made a lot of Faustian bargains over the last seven years. But given his likely successors, what we got over the last two terms may be as good as it gets.
Join and participate in presentations, performances, and discussions about completing the normalization of relations between the U.S. and Cuba and how you can help make it final.
Despite its improving relations with Havana, Washington's ultimate goal for the island remains regime change.
The Institute for Policy Studies proudly joins this cutting edge multi-media forum with experts who have young vibrancy, experience and serious analysis on what the current U.S.-Cuba policy changes mean.
Key to the normalization of U.S.-Cuba relations was the release of three members of the Cuban 5, which IPS public scholars have been advocating for many years.
The Institute for Policy Studies is joining voices from around the world to ask President Obama to change over 50 years of unjust U.S. policy toward Cuba.
Institute for Policy Studies and International Committee for the Freedom of the Cuban 5 present a screening with discussion of The Day Diplomacy Died, that includes a multimedia report back on the recent 9th Colloquium in Holguin, Cuba about the Cuban 5.