U.S.-Cuban Relations in the 21st Century: A Follow-on Chairman's Report of an Independent Task Force Sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations

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Bernard Aronson, William D. Rogers
Council on Foreign Relations, 2001 - Political Science - 79 pages
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This Independent Task Force Report represents a significant step forward in deepening a bipartisan consensus for a new American policy toward Cuba. While avoiding the highly politicized debate over whether to lift the embargo, the report touches on the terms for American investment in Cuba in its recommendation for the settlement of Cuban expropriation claims. The report seeks to stimulate a discussion among those interested in crafting a creative and dynamic policy toward Cuba. Building on an earlier Council Report, this book offers four areas of recommendations: family reunification and migration; the free flow of ideas to speed the dynamic currently underway; security proposals to develop relationships and deepen counternarcotics cooperation, military-to-military exchanges; and trade, investment, property, and labor rights.

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About the author (2001)

Aronson is chairman, ACON Investments.

Rogers is a senior partner at Arnold & Porter and vice chair, Kissinger Associates.

Sweig is a fellow and deputy director of Latin America Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations.

Mead is senior fellow, U.S. Foreign Policy Studies, Council on Foreign Relations.

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