A conversation with:
José Miguel Vivanco

Executive Director, Americas Division
Human Rights Watch

Brigadier General David L. McGinnis, USA (Ret)
Member, Consensus for American Security
American Security Project (ASP) 

*Additional speakers to be confirmed.

Moderated by:
Jason Marczak
Director, Latin America Economic Growth Initiative,
Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center

Atlantic Council

For the past two years, the historic US-Cuba opening has brought Americans more freedom to travel and conduct certain business with the island nation. The results: US and Cuban private-sector jobs, economic opportunities for US businesses, increased security, and a greater sharing of American values in Cuba. 

With President Trump expected to announce a partial rollback of US engagement this Friday, what would be the implications for American citizens and US businesses? And what would be the effect of new restrictions for Cubans on the island? To discuss the implications of a change in policy, join the Atlantic Council’s Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center for a public conference call on Thursday, June 15, from 10:00 to 10:45 a.m. (EDT).

Dial-in number (United States & Canada): (866) 888-9885
Conference ID: 39700743

On Twitter? Follow @ACLatam, using #ACCuba.

This call is open to press and on the record.