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Cuba’s Democratic Left on State Socialism May 9, 2013 | | Print Print | 0 5 11 32 HAVANA TIMES — A couple weeks ago we published a summary of an essay by Pedro Campos and Armando Chaguaceda on the inability of the State Socialist system that reigns in Cuba to carry out the changes […] Continue reading
Posted on Wednesday, 05.01.13 Report: World turmoil means fewer have free press By PETER JAMES SPIELMANN Associated Press NEW YORK — A slump in global media freedom driven by Mali’s turmoil, Greece’s decline and tightening media control in Latin America pushed the percentage of the world’s population in countries with a completely free press to […] Continue reading
Counterrevolutionary / Yusnaby Perez Posted on April 10, 2013    I recall that all my life I've been characterized as a rebel, protesting what I considered wrong or unfair and most of the time proposing solutions. In the Cuban political environment I've experienced agonizingly slowly a change that has cost me 25 years of life. If […] Continue reading
Facebook blocked in North Korea, Iran, Cuba and 'another country,' says state media Amy Li If you have blocked Facebook, then at least have the guts to admit it. Apparently this doesn't work for China's censors, who, of course, have also said on numerous occasions that there is no internet censorship in China. This might […] Continue reading
Change in Cuba: Less Costly Than Clinging to the Past December 6, 2012 Esteban Morales interviewed by Dmiti Prieto HAVANA TIMES — Esteban Morales is one of Cuba's most outstanding academics. An economist and a specialist on hemispheric policy, he is a grey-haired, tall, bearded black man with an air of being a taita, or […] Continue reading
Protesting in Cuba May 29, 2012 Veronica Vega HAVANA TIMES — When working with the multidisciplinary cultural group Omni Zona Franca back in 2007, I read an essay about the phenomenon of graffiti. Someone in the group had the outlandish idea that such an effort set to prose could be done in the lobby of […] Continue reading

2010 Prince Claus Laureates

JournalismYoani Sánchez (1975, Cuba)

About the Prince Claus AwardsOur initiative

The Prince Claus Fund approaches a changing group of experts in fields relevant to its mission of culture and development to nominate candidates.Outstanding quality and impact… Continue reading

Posted on Friday, 06.25.10UNITED NATIONSThe Human Rights Council is a tragic jokeBY FRIDA GHITISFJGhitis@gmail.com

We should honor BP for protecting the environment. While we're at it, we can name Jack the Ripper to the Commission for the Protection of… Continue reading

Visiting Raúl Castro's CubaSamuel Farber

ON JULY 31, 2006, THE CUBAN government announced that due to a serious illness, the nature of which was declared a state secret, Fidel Castro was stepping aside as the head of state. His younger… Continue reading

As Cuba's economy withers, its ecology thrivesBy Cornelia DeanTuesday, December 25, 2007

Through accidents of geography and history, Cuba is a priceless ecological resource. That is why many scientists are so worried about what will become of it after Fidel… Continue reading

Study Finds Increasing Global Internet CensorshipFrederick Lane, newsfactor.com Mon May 21, 11:46 AM ET

A new study reveals that government censorship of the Internet is increasing around the world, even as technological advances make such censorship inherently more difficult. The… Continue reading