For more than five decades, the United States and the small island of Cuba had a hostile relationship, characterized by an American embargo on the sale of goods to Cuba that was first imposed in 1961. In July 2015, the US government announced that it would end the embargo and work with Cuba's government to allow American tourists and businesses to invest in the island. The six books in the EXPLORING CUBA series will provide readers with a greater understanding of this unique island nation and its changing role in American and international affairs. Each book is illustrated with numerous color photographs, maps, or other illustrations. The up-to-date information in each book is supplemented with a glossary of key terms, guides to additional resources for more information, scannable links to educational videos, text-dependent questions, report ideas, and a comprehensive index.
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