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The Cuban Regime is an Enemy to theFreedom of Expression / Iván García Ivan Garcia, 10 May 2017 — When he is particularly bored, after flicking through the eight channels that there are on the island, 56 year old civil engineer Josuan watches the national news some nights with a smirk only to later write […] Continue reading
The Sound of Silence / Rosa Maria Rodriguez Posted on May 11, 2013 Miguel Diaz-Canel criticized the information silence imposed on us by the authorities and called it an “impossible dream” to maintain it due to the circulation of news that circulated among people who surf the internet or who have email, and the avidity […] Continue reading
Cuban journalists exposing injustice merit more attention Sujatha Fernandes 12:38 PM on 05/06/2013 Dissident Cuban blogger Yoani Sánchez recently completed a multi-city tour of the United States, speaking at major universities and even visiting the White House. Sánchez, who became internationally celebrated through her Generación Y blog, which won her a place on the Time […] Continue reading
Yoani Sanchez, Cuban Blogger, Plans Independent Newspaper Online Posted: 03/15/2013 6:06 pm EDT | Updated: 03/18/2013 3:11 pm EDT Yoani Sanchez Newspaper Communist Cuba may soon see a non-government newspaper produced on the island. Cuban blogger Yoani Sánchez said she plans to launch an independent digital newspaper this year, and may follow with a paper […] Continue reading
Laritza Diversent: The Pending Emigration Law Should Make No Distinctions Because of Citizens' Political Views #Cuba Laritza Diversent, Translator: Unstated Readers' interview from Diaro de Cuba The attorney and independent blogger, Laritza Diversent, responds to questions by readers of Diaro de Cuba regarding emigration reform. Ricardo E. Trelles: In your professional life you have to […] Continue reading
A liberal view of tyranny at distance By Michael Moynihan 11:30 AM Tuesday Oct 2, 2012 In 1933, as Joseph Stalin was busy purging his enemies and building a murderous cult of personality, the New York-based left-wing magazine The Nation advised readers interested in travelling to Moscow that Intourist, the Soviet Union's official travel agency, […] Continue reading
Cuba opening to private enterprise spurs service sector start-ups President Raul Castro has ordered a long list of reforms, and Cuba has embarked on a far-reaching experiment to salvage its depleted and, until now, tightly regulated Marxist economy.Private business gets a boost in CubaBy Tracy Wilkinson, Los Angeles Times August 6, 2011, 5:01 p.m.Reporting from [...] Continue reading
Cuba's Liberation at Handby Roger Hedgecock08/05/2011 The liberation of Cuba has begun. Not by invasion, but from within. Communism has failed, and the people of Cuba are demanding freedom. Including the revolutionary right to buy and own their own homes. Fifty-two years ago, Fidel Castro​, posing as a reformer, seized power in a revolution promising [...] Continue reading

Posted on Thursday, 09.10.09Blogger contest reflects `vibrant' blogosphere in CubaBY JUAN O. TAMAYOjtamayo@ElNuevoHerald.com

Cuban bloggers sent Twitter messages to announce the winners of their first-ever contest — two milestones in a country where a report Thursday said a “vibrant'' blogosphere… 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

Cuba: changes? What changes?01May09 – 13:44

Ena Lucia PortelaThe Obama regime may be reaching out to Raúl Castro,but it is unlikely any real reform will emerge for ordinary Cubans, writesEna Lucía Portela

The recent surprise dismissals of a number of… Continue reading