- From the Wall Street Journal: The Administration “won’t duck” the Cuba issue, an official said, and may have three items to show a change in direction: liberalized Cuban American travel and remittaces, a return to licensing cultural and educational programs, and resumption of migration talks with Cuba. At the same time, the Administration “wants
to take steps toward democracy before it is reintegrated into the Cuba Western hemisphere's economic and political institutions,” the Journal says.
- From a roundup at Encuentro:
’s President Lula will discuss Brazil at the summit, but gently, and Cuba expects Brazil to be a topic of strong discussion at the OAS General Assembly in June. Cuba
- The OAS Secretary General says no one should push President Obama on
policy, and the place for a Cuba discussion will be the OAS meeting in June. Cuba