If you will all indulge my passion for U.S. – Latin American relations, I would like to reflect on what President Obama’s historic visit to Cuba means for diplomacy and international relations here in the Western Hemisphere. As you know, it has been almost 90 years since a U.S. Head of State has traveled to … More Reflections on President Obama’s Trip to Cuba
There is a reason why un cafecito is what you order on Calle Ocho in Miami. It is not for the quick gulp or convenient jolt of caffeine rippling through your veins. Sure, you feel special ordering this dark liquid in a foreign language, but for the nine to five worker or jardinero, el cortado—a … More Can I Have a Cafecito with that Trade Embargo?