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Monthly Archives: March 2014

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Cuba Needs to Unleash Creative Energy March 28, 2014 Vicente Morin Aguado

HAVANA TMES — Michael A. Lebowitz, Canadian economist and professor at the Simon Frazer University in Vancouver, answered our questions regarding: Socialism and the Party, the New State… Continue reading

Shortage of potatoes in Cuba

Potatoes are scarce in Cuba. Cuban weekly ‘Trabajadores’ reported last Monday, that the import prices for seed potatoes has risen sharply and as a result, only half the total area is being planted, compared to… Continue reading

Cuba for Foreigners / Miriam Celaya Posted on March 31, 2014

HAVANA, Cuba – On Saturday 29 March 2014 the Cuban Parliament “will debate” in a special session period the new Foreign Investment Law, another desperate attempt by the regime… Continue reading

Use and Abuse of the Lab Coat / Fernando Damaso Posted on March 30, 2014

During my childhood, adolescence, youth and young adulthood, doctors wore their lab coats only when they were working in hospitals, clinics and other health care… Continue reading

Raul Castro's Son-in-Law Rises to General Posted on March 30, 2014

Cubanet, 19 March 2014 –A son-in-law of Cuban leader Raul Castro, in charge of the military businesses that dominate the economy on the island, has risen to general, according… Continue reading

Raul Castro’s Son-in-Law Rises to General Posted on March 30, 2014

Cubanet, 19 March 2014 –A son-in-law of Cuban leader Raul Castro, in charge of the military businesses that dominate the economy on the island, has risen to general, according… Continue reading

S.O.S. The Soldiers Are Suffocating Us / Angel Santiesteban Posted on March 29, 2014

A daring prisoner has revealed to me the intention of high-ranking soldiers to become my enemies. To accomplish this they took away a pass, the most… Continue reading

Gossip from Cyberspace / Juan Juan Almeida Posted on March 29, 2014

According to the blog “Cuba al Descubierto” (Cuba Uncovered), edited by Mr. Luis Dominguez and specializing in Cuban curiosities, recently arrived in Miami after crossing the Mexican border… Continue reading

Half Measures / Juan Juan Almeida Posted on March 29, 2014

The newspaper Granma intended to have an impact with pompous editorial “Towards the 500 years of Santiago de Cuba” where it explains how that province has developed a project… Continue reading

Confused Phrase / Regina Coyula Posted on March 29, 2014

“Revolution is to shape ethical principles.” I repeat from memory a phrase I heard today in the press. Attributed to Fidel Castro, I’m not too sure if it forms a… Continue reading

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