Cuban economic reforms spur talk of race

Spurred on by economic reforms, Cubans have begun to speak openly about racial inequities. Now, all sides of the political debate agree that there is a need for creating “specific” and “affirmative” policies to address racial discrimination on the island.


Q&A: Understanding new U.S.-Cuba rules

President Barack Obama announced this week a reset in the United States’ relations with Cuba, including establishing full diplomatic relations and easing travel restrictions, among other things. None of the new rules about Cuba take effect until they are published in the federal register in the coming weeks. But based on information released so far by the White House, the State Department and Treasury Department, here are some initial answers to questions:

Cuba on Twitter

Special Reports

Miami Deals

Today's Circulars