President Barack Obama must walk a delicate path in his second-term effort to normalize relations with Cuba. He cut a moderate trail in his first term, allowing Cuban-Americans to make unlimited visits to relatives on the island and send loved ones remittances. But the trade barriers are far from being flung open. Despite Fidel Castro’s ailing health and Cuba’s sluggish attempts to reform its market ahead of fiscal peril, the country remains defiant of the U.S.
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