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Great Moments: Hemingway's Captain

Even now when I envision Cuba, I recall in vivid detail the descriptions of the island offered by Ernest Hemingway in his novels. The fishing boats...more

Posted: March 1, 1997    By F. Daniel Somrack


The Cuba Stalemate

A Former State Department Expert on Cuba Calls the Embargo an Idea Whose Time Has Passed

Posted: March 1, 1996    By Wayne S. Smith


Mooching Cubans

Requesting Free Havanas Takes Stealth, Diplomacy and a Healthy Lack of Shame

Posted: March 1, 1996    By Leslie Gelb


Opening the Door to Cuba


Posted: December 1, 1995    By Marvin R. Shanken


Forbidden Land

While Cuba Remains Off-Limits to Americans, Havana and the Island's Beaches Draw Tourists from the Rest of the World

Posted: September 1, 1995    By Mark Vaughan


Trading With The Enemy

It May Sound Like a Heinous Crime, but Thousands of Americans Violate the Cuban Embargo Every Year

Posted: September 1, 1994    By Michael Frank


The Rolling Rooms

Six Factories That Manufacture Most of Cuba's Export-Quality Cigars Each Specialize in Certain Brands and Sizes

Posted: September 1, 1994   


The Future of Cuba

I returned to the United States from Cuba in late September, and, for the first time in more than two years, I felt a sense of optimism. In Cuba,...more

Posted: December 1, 1993    By Wayne S. Smith


Old Havanas

The best aged cigars, from 30 to 60 years old, are refined, stylish powerhouses of flavor.

Posted: December 1, 1993    By James Suckling


Cuban Davidoffs

Last September, Edward Sahakian, the owner of Davidoff of London, received an inquiry from a local accountant on behalf of his Hong Kong client for a...more

Posted: September 1, 1993    By James Suckling


Cuban Baseball

The pitcher for the local team is throwing a perfect game--no hits, no walks--through three innings. His Pinar del Rio teammates have jumped all over...more

Posted: September 1, 1993    By Teddy Tannenbaum


The Montecristo War

Members of Spain's political elite might be in for a surprise the next time they ask for the humidor at one of their preferred Madrid restaurants...more

Posted: June 1, 1993    By James Suckling

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