Continued Cuban embargo?

Discussion in 'Politics' 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?