Ending the embargo would incur no danger to America, but it would present a considerable challenge to the Communist Party of Cuba.
In 2007, I saw posters and graffiti all over Havana denouncing el bloqueo, the embargo against Cuba.
The president, of course, can't do it all on his own; Helms–Burton codifies the embargo.
Most age cohorts still supported it, but those who left Cuba after 1995 were against the embargo by 58-42 percent.
The end of the embargo and resumption of diplomatic relations with Cuba could transform Major League Baseball.
The Australian embargo, dust-storms in the steppes of Russia, rumors of war, all had contributed to send prices soaring.
England immediately laid an embargo on the vessels of the powers signing it.
The effect of that embargo was to shut down between 70 and 80 per cent.
But now she told him that this one embargo to their happiness had been withdrawn.
He told you their districts could not feel the embargo most, as it was in his the sufferings were most severe.
A governmental restriction on trade for political purposes. The objective is to put pressure on other governments by prohibiting exports to or imports from those countries.