Cuba regime ‘backed into corner’ by shortages, protests and US embargo
Is change in the island emerging? President Miguel Díaz-Canel faces the biggest threat to the Communist party’s authority in decades - protests in July were the biggest since the Cuban revolution. And though these were quickly put to a stop, the problems behind the demonstrations will be much harder to solve. Marc Frank and Michael Stott explore why only serious reforms and tourism can save Cuba’s fate.
From Financial Times