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A Sustainable, Just and Peaceful World

A Sustainable, Just and Peaceful World

by CIP

Dec-09-2013 | Report

Find out how CIP can make a difference in facing some of the world's largest problems... Read More »

It's All in the Details: U.S. Regulatory Changes Can Get Americans Traveling to Cuba Again

It's All in the Details: U.S. Regulatory Changes Can Get Americans Traveling to Cuba Again

by Robert L Muse

Dec-04-2013 | Policy Brief

Following the termination of consular services by the Cuban Interests Section, Muse outlines what can be done to help alleviate the current banking crisis the Interests Section is facing... Read More »

Hurricane Sandy in Santiago, Cuba: Heeding Lessons for the Next Disaster

Hurricane Sandy in Santiago, Cuba: Heeding Lessons for the Next Disaster

by Elizabeth Newhouse

Nov-04-2013 | Policy Brief

Hurricane Sandy devastated Santiago de Cuba just as it did communities in New York and New Jersey. To inspect the damage and reconstruction a year later—as part of CIP’s series on disaster preparedness and response—CIP's Cuba Project led a delegation of disaster experts to affected areas... Read More »

Prevention and Community Engagement: Keys to Disaster Management in Cash-Strapped Cuba

Prevention and Community Engagement: Keys to Disaster Management in Cash-Strapped Cuba

by Elizabeth Newhouse

Aug-26-2013 | Policy Brief

CIP's latest delegation trip to Cuba ends on a hopeful note with the deputy chief of the U.S. Interests Section saying the time may be right for an exchange program between a U.S. university and the University of Havana. ... Read More »

Turning a Corner

Turning a Corner

by CIP

Jul-01-2013 | Report

It is easy to be overwhelmed by the enormity of the challenges facing our world today. Wars in the Middle East, Asia and Africa, climate chaos due to global warming and the widening gap between the super-rich and everyone else engender a sense of hopelessness... Read More »

The Continuing Plight of the Cuban Five and Continuing Disappointment with the Administration's Cuba Policy

The Continuing Plight of the Cuban Five and Continuing Disappointment with the Administration's Cuba Policy

by Wayne Smith

May-20-2013 | Policy Brief

Wayne Smith follows up on a previous CIP study examining the case of the Cuban Five and the effect it has had on U.S.-Cuba relations... Read More »

Rapprochement with Cuba

Rapprochement with Cuba

by Joshua Clement

Apr-08-2013 | Conference Report

A conference of those in favor of a more progressive U.S.-Cuba policy leaves attendees hopeful for changes in the future... Read More »

Election 2012: What Cuban Americans Stand to Lose

Election 2012: What Cuban Americans Stand to Lose

by Elizabeth Newhouse

Oct-17-2012 | Conference Report

Read analysis from CIP's conference in Miami examining what Cuban Americans stand to lose should the Presidency change hands ... Read More »

Disaster Medicine: U.S. Doctors Examine Cuba's Approach

Disaster Medicine: U.S. Doctors Examine Cuba's Approach

by Elizabeth Newhouse

Jul-09-2012 | Report

In the latest delegation trip to Cuba, CIP's staff was joined by emergency medicine and public health officials from the U.S. to explore Cuba's approach to disaster medicine... Read More »

Report to Supporters: Turning Promises Into Policy

Report to Supporters: Turning Promises Into Policy

by CIP

Jun-04-2012 | Report

Read about the latest research and projects undertaken by CIP's expert staff as they seek to apply pressure to ensure that politicians' promises become actual policy.... Read More »

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