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Monthly Archives: July 2012

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Not All, General, Not All! / Haroldo Dilla Alfonso Haroldo Dilla Alfonso, Translator: Unstated At last week's celebration of the 26th of July something happened I didn't quite understand. The program stated that Machado Ventura was going to... Continue reading
The Empty Table / Miriam Celaya Miriam Celaya, Translator: Unstated Again, Cuba's general-president has offered his gastronomic policy to the American president. "The table is set…" said a Raúl Castro who appeared erratic and i... Continue reading
Machado Ventura and the Theory of Relativity / Reinaldo Escobar Reinaldo Escobar, Translator: Unstated "The enemies of the Revolution, both those within and those without — under the umbrella of criticizing the supposed slowness or lack of b... Continue reading
Cuba's Economic Desperation Sean Goforth July 31, 2012 Earlier this month, Cuba's parliament rubber-stamped several reforms tied to Raul Castro's program, announced almost two years ago, to grow the country's private sector. If all g... Continue reading
US to Cuba: Relations Depend on Freedoms July 30, 2012 Washington is willing to talk with Havana about ensuring political rights of expression if Cuba wants to improve U.S. relations, the State Department said. The Obama administration is prepared ... Continue reading
CDC issues a travel notice for Cuba The CDC has issued a travel notice for travelers to Cuba because of cholera outbreak For the first time in a century, the island country of Cuba is experiencing a cholera outbreak. Health officials have confirmed... Continue reading
Time Will Have the Last Word / Alberto Mendez Castelló Translating Cuba The tree against which, according to the official version, the car of Oswaldo Payá and his companions crashed The death of Oswaldo Payá and Harold Cepero, occurre... Continue reading
Cuba Closes ‘Street Opera’ Project July 27, 2012 Fernando Ravsberg* “La Opera de la Calle” (The Opera of the Street) combined a cultural program with a restaurant, the proceeds of which went to pay the salaries of all the personnel and other ... Continue reading
Brain Drain or Brain Squander? July 28, 2012 Dariela Aquique In Cuba you will find highly trained specialists in many fields working as taxi drivers or waiting on tables. HAVANA TIMES — Much has been said throughout all periods of history about how... Continue reading
Inverse Racism / Rebeca Monzo Rebeca Monzo, Translator: Unstated    A friend who works in a place where it is very well-known told me that he along with his co-workers, are puzzled because there are Immigration Offices, where only bla... Continue reading
Too Many Experiments — Part 1 / Fernando Dámaso Fernando Dámaso    Those who read what was published in the official press, on the recently concluded Ninth Regular Session of the Seventh Legislature of the National Assembly of Peo... Continue reading
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