FPI Fellow James Kirchick Cited by Council on Foreign Relations on U.S.-Cuba Policy

In "Cuba and Terrorism," Council on Foreign Relations Senior Fellow for Middle Eastern Studies Elliott Abrams writes:

"President Obama has moved to take Cuba off the “terrorism list.”  The administrations defends its move in a lengthy memorandum from the State Department to Congress, but the more they explain it the less defensible it seems.

"The problem is that the memorandum defends not only the Obama decision, but the Castro regime.  With the help of an accounting by Capitol Hill Cubans and an article by James Kirchick in the Daily Beast, here are some things to keep in mind."

 

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