Last week, President Obama announced a thawing of diplomatic relations with Cuba. But not everyone agrees setting up an embassy in Havana is in America's best interests. And while banking regulations are being relaxed, the more than half a century-old trade embargo stays. What exactly does this new, warmer relationship mean for Americans, Cubans, and Cuban-Americans?
Ileana L. Piña MD, cardiologist
Eduardo (Ed) Gonzalez, president, Ferrous Metal Processing Company, Brooklyn OH
Karl Kaltenthaler, PhD, professor of political science, Bliss Institute of Applied Politics, University of Akron
Laura Tartakoff, political science instructor, Case Western Reserve University