This document seeks the answer to the question, "What will happen when the Embargo in place against Cuba by the U. S. government is lifted?" This question undoubtedly came to the front of many Americans’ minds when President Obama announced on December 17,2014 that the United States and Cuba would begin diplomatic relations by opening embassies in the capital city of one another's state. It uses various sources to define the Cuban Embargo and the events that led to its manifestation, the current state of affairs with Cuba (roughly 2 years after the announcement). While the United States seeks a more democratic form of government for the Cuban people, it may come over a longer period of time. This document looks for the most important immediate impact of the removal of the embargo.
Semester/Year of Award
Mentor Professional Affiliation
Open Access Thesis
Language and Cultural Studies, Anthropology, and Sociology
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Languages, Cultures, and Humanities
Asher, Justin B., ""El Bloqueo" and the Initial Changes to Expect in Cuba Following its Repeal" (2016). Honors Theses. 386.