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Monthly Archives: November 2013

The Future, Questions and Predictions to Break / Yoani Sanchez Posted on November 25, 2013

Ten prognostications, ten failures, ten predictions that did not even make it to a dead letter. This is what a Decalogue of possible future prognostications… Continue reading

A Repentant Former Gunman / Michel Iroy Rodriguez Posted on November 26, 2013

Havana, Cuba, November 2013, www.cubanet.org. — Juan Lazaro Avila Herrera, physically impaired (his right leg is lame) regrets having belonged in his youth to a firing squad… Continue reading

Cuba: Hard-Liners Seek to Reverse Economic Liberalization November 25, 2013 | Economics | The Americas

Hard-liners within the Cuban leadership are moving behind the scenes to roll back even the half-steps taken by President Raul Castro in recent years, attempts… Continue reading

Cuba’s telecoms company to allow self-employed workers (Globalpost/GlobalPost)

Cuba will allow self-employed workers at the country’s telecoms monopoly, Etecsa, in the latest in a series of economic reforms to streamline a bloated government bureaucracy.

Under the new system, which was… Continue reading

Cuba and the Problem of Marginality November 25, 2013 Janis Hernandez

HAVANA TIMES — A great many Cubans express concerns over the rise in misdemeanors, public vulgarity, vandalism and other phenomena associated with people or groups whose conduct suggests social… Continue reading

Cuba about to order 10 more jets

CUBA STANDARD — Possibly using its leverage with close allies in Latin America, Cuba may expand a previous order of three An-158 jets with Antonov Design Bureau and is now negotiating delivery of… Continue reading

Responsibility and Intelligence / Fernando Damaso Posted on November 23, 2013

Since the very beginnings of the human history, the struggle for power has been an ever-present phenomenon. This “me first” mindset began with a tribal chief trying to hold… Continue reading

The Illusion of Color / Yoani Sanchez Posted on November 23, 2013

I got home from school and there was a man sitting on the floor in front of the TV. His fingers were stained with paint and some oil-paint… Continue reading

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