Putting pressure on Caracas means holding Havana accountable.
The “sonic attacks” in Cuba aren’t the first suspected instance of invisible attacks on U.S. diplomats.
U.S. officials are at a loss as to what’s causing diplomats to go deaf in Cuba.
The Trump administration should immediately reduce the U.S. embassy in Havana to skeleton staff and order the same for the Cuban embassy in Washington.
The alleged use of a “sound weapon” against U.S. Embassy officials in Cuba harks back to a Cold War medical mystery.
It's hard to believe the level of harassment U.S. officials face in Havana.
The Trump administration’s rollback of Obama’s opening to Cuba is a step in the wrong direction.
This isn’t a strong statement on human rights. It’s a political sop to voters in Miami.
The president’s Miami announcement is a window into a chaotic foreign-policy process that sidelines the secretary of state.
Providing sanctions relief to empower the Cuban people does not mean we should give up our ability to pressure the Castro regime.
Reports are coming in that this Friday, in a Miami speech, President Donald Trump will unveil his revisions to former President Barack Obama’s controversial policy to normalize U.S. relations with the Castro dictatorship in Cuba. He's right to scale it back.
Companies, farmers, and even many Cuban-Americans don’t want to see restrictions reimposed.