cuban-americans

  • October 16, 2012  

    Ray Suarez reports on Cuba’s move to make foreign travel easier for its citizens. Starting in January, most Cubans will only need a passport and a visa from their destination country, though limitations will remain on professionals like doctors. While Cubans celebrated, officials in Washington regarded the news cautiously. Continue reading

  • October 16, 2012  

    Ray Suarez talks to Maria de Los Angeles Torres of the University of Illinois at Chicago about how different ideological factions in Cuba see the change and how they might debate the possible economic, cultural and security effects of the new travel policy, plus what to make of Raul Castro’s reform promises to his country. Continue reading