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To whom it may concern:
At the request of the Christopher Reynolds Foundation, we have prepared the attached memorandum on the Obama Administration’s January 28, 2011 amendments to the Cuban Assets Control Regulations.
Please feel free to distribute or post the memorandum as you like.
We understand that the Obama Administration is working on potentially important Guidelines to the
amendments, which it hopes to issue within the next two weeks or so. In addition to analyzing the January 28th amendments, we flag some of the issues that the Obama Administration may address in formulating the Guidelines. We will supplement the attached memorandum after the Guidelines are issued.
Michael Krinsky, Esq.
Rabinowitz, Boudin, Standard, Krinsky & Lieberman, P.C.
SEPTEMBER 12, 2011
The Horns to Havana's lyrical cultural exchange between the American jazz community and Cuban music students, based on music with deeply shared African as well as European roots was an extraordinary success!
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U.S. officials routinely declare commitment to a free press – except when someone uses it to reveal unflattering information. Ironically, members of the media critical of Wikileaks also think the government should protect us by not sharing “classified information.” Those two words often alert us to some bureaucrat who is covering his ass by barring the public from knowing of a possibly illegal act.
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In keeping with our commitment to provide U.S. citizens with information about Cuba, the Center assists groups and individuals who are interested in people-to-people travel to Cuba. Until unrestricted travel is again allowed between Cuba and the United States, the Center works to help those planning travel to Cuba to accomplish their goals.
Educators Research Program To Cuba
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TRAVELING EXHIBITS: CUBAN POSTERS 1959 - PRESENT
THE CENTER FOR CUBAN STUDIES 2011 CALENDAR is a calendar of 13 artworks by Cuban women artists.
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