What Will Obama's Second Term Mean For U.S.-Cuba Relations? Leading Experts To Offer Opinions and Observations About Foreign Policy and Cuba Travel During April 11, 2013 Symposium That is Free-of Charge and Open to the Public
SANTA MONICA, Calif., March 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Now that President Obama's second term is underway, how – if at all – will the United States alter its rocky relationship with Cuba?
This and other related questions will be the subject of "Obama 2.0: Cuba. What Changes Will It Bring?" a Symposium to be held Thursday, April 11, 2013 at the Santa Monica Public Library's Martin Luther King Auditorium, in Santa Monica, Calif., from 6:30-9pm. The event is free-of-charge and open to the public. Refreshments and Cuban snacks will be served.
Distinguished speakers include Wayne S. Smith, Cuba Program Director for the Center for International Policy in Washington, D.C.; and author Ann Louise Bardach, "the go-to journalist on all things Cuban and Miami," according to the Columbia Journalism Review.
Other leading participants include Robert L. Muse, an attorney with long experience with U.S.- Cuba issues; Elizabeth Newhouse, also from the CIP; the Darrel Couturier Gallery; and Adolfo V. Nodal and Peter R. Sanchez, co-founders of Cuba Tours and Travel.
"I have spent the past twenty years devoted to reconnecting the Cuban people with Americans," said Sanchez, a Cuban native and the President of Cuba Tours and Travel. "It is an honor to be part of this extraordinary opportunity to share and discuss what I've learned."
Sanchez will be part of the panel discussion titled, "Travel to Cuba: What's Possible, Where It's Going, The Politics."
Seating for the Symposium is limited; RSVP early by sending your name, title and organization (if applicable) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Cuba Tours and Travel
Cuba Tours and Travel ("CTT") is a licensed Travel Service Provider under the U.S. Treasury Department, Office of Foreign Asset Control, The company is licensed to provide travel services to pre-authorized travelers. In business for thirteen years, CTT is a pioneer in the field of high-level, expert-driven cultural travel to Cuba, maintains extensive contacts in Cuba's travel and cultural sector and is uniquely suited to offer in-depth programs focusing on art, architecture, historic preservation, religion, music, dance and more.
To learn about the Symposium and also cultural, sports or religious-themed tours of Cuba, please visit http://www.cubatoursandtravel.com or phone (888) 225-6439.
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