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Don Kettl, School of Public Policy, University of Maryland

After 50 years of stepping on its neck, now the United States is preparing to normalize relations with Cuba. President Barack Obama's wide-ranging diplomatic bet involves finance, trade, border security and travel. That means it will spark a lot of work for you, your employees and contractors. Don Kettl, a professor at the University of Maryland School of Public Policy, joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive with more on the implications.

Tags: Don Kettl , University of Maryland , embargo , finance , trade , travel , Tom Temin , Federal Drive , Workforce , DHS , State Deptartment

Friday - 12/19/2014, 11:04am EST

Is It Safe?

Tags: security , DHS , Dave McIntyre , travel restrictions

Friday - 04/17/2009, 11:28am EDT

Rep. Frank Wolf: short answers to big questions

Wolf weighs in on reporting guidelines, the Defense budget, and relations with Cuba.

Tags: newsstand , Frank Wolf , Recovery Act , defense budget ,

Thursday - 04/09/2009, 02:05pm EDT

BWI cleared to fly to Cuba

For the first time in years, the D.C. metro area will have nonstop flights to Cuba.

Tags: Andrew Mollenbeck , Meera Pal , BWI ,

Wednesday - 03/09/2011, 10:18am EST

Op-ed: At 50, Cuban trade embargo is not aging well

A Washington Post columnist says the half-century-old Cuban trade embargo has seen better days.

Tags: newscast , DorobekInsider , Must Reads ,

Friday - 08/06/2010, 01:53pm EDT

Castro suggests a nuclear strike

The former leader of Cuba, Fidel Castro says if the U.S launched a nuclear strike against Iran, President Barack Obama would definitely win another term. In an opinion column published by Cuban state media, the reclusive Castro, says North Korea's recent sinking of a South Korean frigate is a good opening for the U.S. to launch an attack against the North Koreans. Castro also suggested that Mr Obama getting bad advice from his advisors.

Tags: Pentagon & Beyond , Pentagon , Fidel Castro , Barack Obama , South Korea , North Korea , J.J. Green

Thursday - 06/03/2010, 06:36pm EDT