Post-Fidel Castro, what is the future of US investment in Cuba?
A hostile US approach might encourage Havana to turn more toward Moscow and Beijing
From the South Florida website: Last weekend’s death of Cuban strongman Fidel Castro at age 90 raises the possibility of a faster economic opening in Cuba and closer U.S.-Cuba relations.
But analysts suggest caution. They note Fidel had been out of office for 10 years already and that President-elect Donald Trump has pledged to reverse some – if not all – of the Obama administration’s efforts to “normalize” relations with the communist-led island off Florida’s shores. [more]