Yoani Sanchez – Award-Winning Cuban Blogger
Macrobiotics in Cuba? Only for El ComandantePosted: 05/ 6/11 07:09 PM ET
Every day the information is more easily filtered from the closed official archives to those alternative networks where the news networks run… Continue reading
Internet Policy in Castro's CubaBy Ellery Roberts BiddleFebruary 3, 2011
Fidel Castro has an acute understanding of the power of communication. It fueled his force as a ruler for over half a century, and was freshly evident last… 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
Ibn Warraq, Michael WeissInhuman RightsThe UN's Human Rights Council, friend to Islamists and tyrants everywhere
In December 2006, the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC), an international group established in 1971 and representing 57 countries, hosted an emergency summit in… Continue reading
CUBA-EEUU:Derechos humanos otra vez en entredichoPor Patricia Grogg
LA HABANA, 8 mar (IPS) – Si bien no aparece entre los objetivos principales conocidos de la gira que inicia este jueves por cinco países latinoamericanos, el presidente de Estados Unidos, George… Continue reading
Cuba: entre la esperanza y el miedoEstados Unidos no quiere imponer su modelo en Cuba.Thomas Shannon*
¿Cómo sería vivir en un paraíso tropical, pero estar excluido de sus playas más hermosas, o vivir a pocas cuadras de elegantes restaurantes, sin… Continue reading
Wednesday, December 27, 2006
What would it be like to live in a tropical paradise, but to be banned from using its most beautiful beaches; live blocks away from fine restaurants, but not be allowed to eat in… Continue reading
Posted on Wed, Nov. 15, 2006
Academic aid in Cuba faces obstaclesBy OSCAR CORRALcorral@MiamiHerald.com
John Virtue crammed everything a reporter needed to know into a clandestine workshop for independent journalists in Havana four years ago. But he just couldn’t squeeze… Continue reading
Cuba without Castro: seeds of change finally sproutingThe US and others must provide resources and information to post-Fidel Cuba.
By John HughesWith Fidel Castro currently, and perhaps permanently, not controlling events in Cuba, how should the United States react?
If… Continue reading
Book is bad, but ban it?
The Miami-Dade School Board wants a book out of its libraries because it paints a rosy picture of life in Cuba. Not so fast, others say.
By DAVID ADAMS, Times Latin America CorrespondentPublished July… Continue reading