US-Cuba relations: Biden will rescind some of Trump’s limits, but not all, expert says

Cubans who saw tourism decline after President Donald Trump’s sanctions celebrated Joe Biden’s victory. Now there is anticipation about how the former vice president under President Barack Obama will handle U.S.-Cuba relations.

After Obama reopened the U.S. embassy in Havana, Trump closed it in response to several U.S. Department of State employees who were mysteriously injured. Trump’s retrograde from Obama’s detente also set limits on travel and remittances.

Andy Gómez is the former interim director of the University of Miami’s Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies. And according to conversations he said he has had with Biden foreign policy advisers, there will be some adjustments.


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