CUBA: Good Neighbors Mean Good Business

It would probably take something as unlikely as a Cuban attack on the Panama Canal to prevent what now seems almost inevitable: restoration of diplomatic relations between Washington and Havana. In recent weeks the Administration has lifted travel restrictions for Americans who wish to visit Cuba and begun bilateral talks with Havana on a new fishing agreement—necessary since both countries claim 200-mile offshore limits, but are only 90 miles apart. One plan currently under consideration by Washington is to set up an American-staffed "interest" section attached to the Swiss Embassy in...

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