Continued Cuban embargo?

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by Gringinho, Sep 1, 2008.

Cuban embargo by the US?

  1. Start some change, and see if it is effective. Analyse reactions and progress.

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  2. Stricter embargo, put in the final push to overturn the government.

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  3. Continue the current policy. Better safe than sorry.

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  4. Lift the embargo. Trade incentives. Access to computers and Internet.

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  1. Consider what is most effective:

    - continued embargo, perhaps tightening economic restrictions

    - no embargo, free trade, flow of information, access to computers/Internet


    Which would be most in the interest of USA? Which would constitute a positive change for the region?

    There is of course the possibility that lifting sanctions and embargo will just strengthen parts of the current government, but what are the realistic large-scale long-term fallout and more detailed medium-term consequences?