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Monthly Archives: December 2014

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Keeping an Eye on Cuban Spies America’s new relationship with Cuba will likely mean an influx of Cuban spies. They’re spying on us. By Daniel J. Gallington Dec. 30, 2014 | 10:20 a.m. EST

On balance, it was probably a… Continue reading

Cuba tourist arrivals hit record in 2014

Cuba on Tuesday said it welcomed a record three million international visitors in 2014, a rare bit of good news for the moribund economy which counts tourism as one of its mainstays.

“Today… Continue reading

With Cuba, Nothing Can Be Simple Jean-Paul Renaud Dec. 30, 2014

My father hates the decision to normalize relations with Cuba, but I’m looking forward to a new start with the country of my birth

In announcing his decision to… Continue reading

Detentions of Activists in Cuba Press Statement Jeff Rathke Director, Bureau of Public Affairs, Office of Press Relations Washington, DC December 30, 2014

We are deeply concerned about the latest reports of detentions and arrests by Cuban authorities of peaceful… Continue reading

Fabiola Santiago: Buying freedom on plastic BY FABIOLA SANTIAGO FSANTIAGO@MIAMIHERALD.COM 12/30/2014 6:46 PM 12/30/2014 7:17 PM

The vision of Americans running around Havana wielding their credit cards has been with me since President Barack Obama announced his historic change in… Continue reading

Cuba Turns Off Critics’ Open Mic By THE EDITORIAL BOARDDEC. 30, 2014

The Cuban artist Tania Bruguera, who splits her time between the United States and Havana, traveled to Cuba in recent days seeking to pull off a bold experiment.… Continue reading

Cuba: Property Issues, State Farms and the Lessons Learned December 30, 2014 Rogelio Manuel Diaz Moreno

HAVANA TIMES — Cuban society has experienced the class struggle in a particularly intense manner. In 1961, the government announced it was building socialism.… Continue reading

Cuban dissidents blast Obama’s betrayal By Marc A. Thiessen December 29 at 9:21 AM

President Obama is basking in global adulation for his decision to normalize relations with Cuba. But one group is not impressed with Obama’s rapprochement with the… Continue reading

Cuba-US detente upends life for Cuban dissidents By MICHAEL WEISSENSTEIN and ANDREA RODRIGUEZ

HAVANA (AP) — President Barack Obama told the world this month that engaging Cuba is the best way to strengthen people pushing for greater freedom on the… Continue reading

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