As the Obama Administration plans to ease the U.S. travel restrictions for Cuba, some Cuba experts are urging constraint until the Caribbean island undergoes changes. "Nothing should be done unilaterally," says Carlos Gutierrez, a non-resident scholar at the University of Miami’s Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies (ICCAS) and U.S. commerce secretary from 2005 until January. "Any changes should be linked to real changes for the Cuban people.
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