Daily Archives: August 2, 2014
The Many Faces of the Buquenque / 14ymedio, Reinaldo Escobar Posted on August 2, 2014
14ymedio, Reinaldo Escobar, 1 August 2014, Havana – When you walk through Fraternity Park, amid the bustle of Havana, you hear the cries of masculine… Continue reading
Campaign for Another Cuba Delivers Request to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon Posted on July 31, 2014
Antonio Rodiles delivers Campaign for Another Cuba documents to Ban Ki-moon
The director of the independent project Estado de Sats, Antonio Rodiles, delivered… Continue reading
Nostalgia for “The Special Period”? / 14ymedio Posted on July 31, 2014
14ymedio, JOSÉ GABRIEL BARRENECHEA, Havana, 31 July 2104 — I knew about nostalgia for the colonial era, the Republican era and even for the “marvelous” eighties, what I… Continue reading
What the Soviet Union Left Cubans / Ivan Garcia Posted on July 31, 2014
To this day, in the universal history books in junior high or high schools in Cuba, the Soviet theme is handled with kid gloves.
They recall… Continue reading
Imagining Cuba’s future Aug 01, 2014 by Philip Jenkins
Cuba is nothing like as central to U.S. policy as it once was, but that may change when the current regime either implodes or accelerates its tentative steps toward liberalization.
At… Continue reading
Cuba’s mangroves under threat Tangled thickets island nation’s first line of defence against rising sea levels BY ANDREA RODRIGUEZ, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AUGUST 1, 2014
Many people in this hamlet on the southern coast of Cuba remember when the shore… Continue reading