Brookings Institute Asks for Cuba Policy Review

HAVANA TIMES, Feb. 27 – The United States should allow more academics and artists to travel to Cuba, eliminate the restrictions on remittances and humanitarian aid sent to the island and, in general, review its policy of hostility toward Cuba, states a report by the Brookings Institute presented in Miami. The document was released a few days after a report by Republican Senator Richard Lugar recommending to President Barack Obama that he make changes in Washington’s policy on Cuba.