U.S. GAO Cuba Sanctions Study Based on Outdated Thinking, Selective Review of Law, Policies

Late last month the General Accounting Office (GAO) published a report requested by Ways and Means Chairman Charlie Rangel (D-New York), "Economic Sanctions: Agencies Face Competing Priorities in Enforcing the U.S. Embargo on Cuba." Statements such as the "48-year U.S. embargo" or "For nearly five decades the U.S. has maintained" U.S. sanctions on Cuba figure prominently in [...]