The Cuban Interests Section in the Adams Morgan neighborhood of Washington, D.C. It was originally constructed as an embassy in 1917 until the U.S. ended relations with Cuba in 1961.

The Cuban Interests Section in the Adams Morgan neighborhood of Washington, D.C. It was originally constructed as an embassy in 1917 until the U.S. ended relations with Cuba in 1961.

More than half a century after closing in 1961, the Cuban embassy in the United States is reopening. There’s a long way to go, though, before relations with the island nation are fully normalized. Kojo explores the embassy’s reopening and America’s evolving relationship with Cuba.

Guests

  • Marc Hanson Senior Associate for Cuba, Washington Office on Latin America
  • Enrique Pumar Chair, Department of Sociology, Catholic University of America

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