Thursday, June 11, 2009

Cuban Oil: Havana’s Potential Geo-Political Bombshell

Cubanernes Olje: Havana s Potensielle geopolitiske Bombenedslaget. råd på Hemispheric Affairs.Washington.
Πηγή: "Συμβούλιο ημισφαιρικός σχετικά με την υπόθεση", την Ουάσιγκτον.

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Petróleo de Cuba: La Habana potencial geopolítico, Bombshell. Es un artículo del: "El Consejo sobre Asuntos Hemisféricos."

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Кубинские нефти: Потенциальные Гаване в геополитическом бомбу. В этой статье: "Совет по делам Западного полушария".
古巴石油:潛在哈瓦那的地緣政治炸彈。 的文章: “安理會關於西半球事務。 ”
キューバの石油:ハバナの可能性のある地域の政治爆弾。 この記事では: "理事会は半球担当。 "
쿠바 오일 : 잠재 하바나의 지오 - 정치 Bombshell. 기사 : "이번 실무 협의회 반구형."
Olio cubano: Potenziale di L'Avana della geo-politica bomba. In questo articolo: "Il Consiglio sulla emisferica affari".
Cuba Petróleo: Potencial Havana's Geo-Político bomba. No artigo: "O Conselho de Assuntos Hemisféricos."
Cuba Pétrole: Potentiel de la Havane Geo-Political Bombshell. Dans l'article: «Le Conseil sur les affaires de l'hémisphère».
Cubaanse Olie: Potentiële Havana's Geo-politieke Bombshell. In het artikel: "De Raad heeft op hemisferisch zaken."
This analysis was prepared by Research Associate Lily Fesler June 11th, 2009 Word Count: 2300:
"As the Obama administration slowly inches towards normalizing its relations with Cuba, pressure is mounting on the new president to lift the decades-old, and universally acknowledged, anachronistic embargo. A relic of the Cold War, the Cuban embargo witnessed the loss of its stated purpose years ago and is now gratuitously hobbling the diplomacy of Cuba and the United States. At the same time, Cuba is struggling to pay for necessary imports and provide energy sources for its people. A lift of the “blockade”, as many Cubans call the embargo, would give Havana the opportunity to repay some of its debts and afford everyday necessities, as well as discourage refugees from illegally flooding into the U.S. Normalized relations would give the U.S. access to Cuban oil exploration and drilling, and allow the U.S. to implement environmental regulations aimed at protecting the Florida coast from potential oil spills. Enhanced trade with Cuba could generate up to $1.9 billion for the U.S.’s cash-strapped economy, and the image of the U.S. in Latin America undoubtedly would encounter a much-needed boost. Very few deny that both nations would benefit from a lift of the embargo and trade normalization."
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