Cuba: Travel Now-- Pay Later

During last October's missile crisis, every Latin American nation lined up solidly behind the U.S. in demanding the immediate removal of Russian rockets from Cuba. Now that the missiles are no longer in evidence and Castro is singing a coexistence tune, there is no solidarity in Latin America on what to do about his Communist regime. Last week the OAS was asked to approve a series of moves designed to minimize Castro's infiltration and subversion around the hemisphere. Among the recommendations was a formal ban on all travel to and from Cuba. Only 14 nations voted aye. Brazil,...

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