When the United States and Cuba announced their decision to reinvent their relationship back in December, no one was ready for the tumultuous roller coaster that has only been the start of this reestablished connection.
Since then, both sides have had to really consider how important this relationship is as they approach a seemingly never-ending string of compromises. The latest of these, but surely not the last, it the U.S.’s adaptation to permitted Cuban exports.
U.S. citizens are allowed to import anything produced by the Cuban private sector; however, any products of the Cuban government are strictly prohibited.
As the two wend their way through the maze of international dating, more problems arise, and the U.S. continues to call the shots.
It is clear that someone is still sleeping on the couch.
Posted by Marguerite France