U.S. President Barack Obama’s decision to re-establish normal relations with Havana — a measure long overdue — signals a significant shift in the U.S. government position regarding Cuba.
To improve on that decision, given the stain that Guantanamo represents for the U.S. government, a return of Guantanamo to Cuba is in order. That measure would not only be a rightful one, but would notably improve the United States’ battered image. Guantanamo has a complex history.
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