The new US administration, as was widely expected, has begun to modify longstanding policies towards Cuba. However, the measures are modest and do not yet augur an end to the 47-year-old trade and investment embargo or a normalisation of diplomatic relations with the island nation. Such a shift in policy would be more controversial and face greater impediments domestically.
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