United States-Cuba Relations

     Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) speaks during Cuban Independence Day celebrations
     during a meeting with the Cuban American national foundation in Miami, May 23, 2008.


Obama and Jorge Mas Santos

U.S. farm sales to Cuba most since 2000
Area legislators push for Cuba regulations
Castro victim's kids win record verdict
Minnesota House urges U.S. ties with Cuba
Corporate stakes in Cuba
Candidates take different roads on Cuba
Findings and Recommendations of the Most Effective Use of USAID-CUBA Funds
Directorio Responds to CANF Smear Campaign
McCain afirma que no negociará con Cuba
McCain, Obama clash over U.S. Cuba policy
McCain, in Miami, promises to continue isolating Cuba
Cuba Is Topic as McCain Continues Attack on Obama
Text of McCain's Miami speech
US to allow Americans to send cell phones to Cuba
Cuba Reemerges as Issue at White House and on Campaign Trail
Obama risks losing Florida over Cuba stance
Obama Latin America speech in Miami
Obama Delivers Latin America Policy Address Before Cuban Group
Obama says he would meet with Cuba's leaders
Will Obama Free Cuba?
Cuba deports US man wanted on sex charges
Elián saga might hound Obama visit
Exile politics squeeze McCain
Funding for free Cuba is frozen
Al Sharpton to Cuba: Free Afro-Cuban Prisoners
Caribbean ponders McCain, Obama policies
Judge strikes down Cuba travel ban for professors
Trip to Cuba Is First for U.S. Since 1947
Hurricane Ike reignites calls for easing Cuban travel restrictions
Cuba silent on latest U.S. aid offer
Bush Cuba policy up for test at polls
Bush stands firm on Cuba during Miami visit
Court upholds limits on trips to Cuba
Don't Normalize Relations
Chance to change Cuba