Republicans Urge Obama Not To Give Gitmo To Cuba

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jonah Bennett
Guantanamo Bay

‘These demands should be rejected’

Trade With Cuba May Murder The Export-Import Bank

Business | Peter Fricke
Cuba's President Castro shakes hands with China's President Xi during a meeting in Havana's Revolution Palace

‘It’s one thing to lobby to do business with one of the world’s last remaining totalitarian dictatorships for the sake of profit’

Castro Demands Guantanamo Bay, US Laughs

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jonah Bennett
Guantanamo Bay

‘The issue of Guantanamo is not on the table’

The Coming US-Cuba Trade Boom

Opinion | Kent A. Jones
Man stands near national flags of U.S. and Cuba on balcony of a hotel being used by first U.S. congressional delegation to Cuba since change of policy announced by U.S. President Obama, in Havana

Openness will be more subversive of the socialist regime than a blanket embargo.

The Washington-Havana Deal Doesn't Mean More Freedom For Cubans, But Lifting The Embargo Would

Opinion | Alvaro Vargas Llosa
Vintage cars drive near a banner with image of Cuban late rebel revolutionary Camilo Cienfuegos and Cuba's former president Fidel Castro in Havana

Game, set, and match for Castro. For now.

Unexpectedly, Cuba's Promises Prove Untrustworthy

DC Trawler | Jim Treacher

Havana tough time getting straight answers

Cuba Arrests Dissidents, State Department Issues Strongly-Worded Letter

US | Chuck Ross
Handout picture provided by Estudios Revolucion of Cuba's President Raul Castro sitting at a desk in his office

Rubio slams Obama’s new policy toward the Castro regime

The Conservative Case For A New Cuba Policy

Opinion | Sen. Jeff Flake
File picture shows a car driving past the building of the the U.S. diplomatic mission in Cuba, The U.S. Interests Section, (USINT), in Havana

Isolating Cuba has failed. Openness is the real get-tough policy.

The Cuban Revolution Is Dead: Time To Lift The Embargo

Opinion | Johannes Schmidt
Che Guevara Cuba b0illboard Angelo Cozzi/Archivio Angelo Cozzi/Mondadori Portfolio via Getty Images

Openness is the key to encouraging democracy.

Cuba RAMMED, SUNK Refugee Boat One Day Before Obama's Decision To Ease Sanctions

Politics | Eric Owens
YouTube screenshot JIM FITZPATRICK, AFP/Getty Images/Doug Collier

Women, young children on boat rammed hardest

Rubio: Rand Paul Has Become 'Chief Cheerleader Of Obama's Foreign Policy'

Politics | Alex Griswold

‘I’m going to continue to oppose the Obama-Paul foreign policy…’

Castro: Obama's Policy Won't Break Communism In Cuba

World | Scott Greer
Cuba's President Raul Castro greets members of the National Assembly at the start of a session in Havana

‘Viva Fidel!’

Baptists And Catholics Hail Obama's Cuba Decision

Politics | Eric Owens
Che Guevara Cuba b0illboard Angelo Cozzi/Archivio Angelo Cozzi/Mondadori Portfolio via Getty Images

‘No idea is more threatening to a dictatorship than liberty’

Obama's No Good, Bad, Terrible 'Breakthrough' Year

Politics | Neil Munro
U.S. President Barack Obama gestures as he reponds to a question during his end of the year press conference in the briefing room of the White House in Washington

He lost the Senate and the immigration fight in his year of action

Surrender To Cuba? Why Didn't We Think Of That?

Opinion | Ken Blackwell & Robert Morrison
Members of the Cuban Revolutionary Army hold Cuban national flags during a march "For the Five and Against the Terrorism" in Havana

Obama bucks the last ten presidents

The Cuban Embargo Was Never Meant To Cause Regime Change

Opinion | David Landau
Cuba's President Raul Castro attends a meeting of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leaders summit at the Revolution Palace in Havana

Will Raul Castro run off with new U.S. investment dollars? We can’t be sure.

Jon Karl To Earnest: After Normalization Of Relations With Cuba, Is North Korea Next?

World | Al Weaver
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‘I assume he wouldn’t welcome Kim Jong un to the White House’

Was The Cuba Deal A Papal Blessing?

Daily Caller News Foundation | Ivan Plis

‘The Church has for a very long time supported moving in this direction’