Editorial: Biden can’t afford to make the same mistakes as Obama did in Cuba

What to do about Cuba could quickly become an uncomfortable political question for President-elect Joe Biden. He’ll soon arrive at a fork on the road. Should he veer right or left? As Biden crafts his foreign policy, one of his administration’s most prickly dilemmas is wrapped in this simple question: Should the United States return to its 2014 efforts — when Barack Obama was president and Biden his VP — to reestablish relations and diplomatic ties with the Cuban government, wiping away the 60-year U.S. embargo against the communist island? And if he has any intention of doing so, he’ll have t…

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