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Daily Archives: January 13, 2015

Macho Che / Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo Posted on January 12, 2015

Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo

No doubt her name was Una. Or Agatha. Or Lil. Or Ide. O Brighid. Or Sinead. Or Nora. Or Tilde. Or perhaps Alaidh or… Continue reading

Without Cuba / Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo Posted on January 12, 2015

When did we disappear while a nation? When did Cuba stop being one? Or perhaps it never fully was one?

Nations are human inventions, impulses of our historical… Continue reading

Blunt: Cuba Isn’t a Good Market for Missouri Missourinet 01/12/2015 09:18 AM01/12/2015 09:20 AM

WASHINGTON — Missouri Governor Jay Nixon (D) is pushing for the lifting of the more than 50-year-old trade embargo between the United States and Cuba. He… Continue reading

Planting a seed in Cuba to grow economy Justin M. Napolitano Free trade with Cuba can open doors to capitalism, a guest columnist writes.

I am not the biggest fan of columnist Charles Krauthammer, but I respect his ability to… Continue reading

U.S.–Cuba Accord Should Be a Boon for Science Cuba has world-class expertise in vaccines and environmental research to share, scientists say after last month’s agreement to promote exchanges January 12, 2015 |By Rebecca Trager and ChemistryWorld

The new year has… Continue reading

Cuba Frees 53 Prisoners, U.S. Says By ELISABETH MALKIN and VICTORIA BURNETTJAN. 12, 2015

MEXICO CITY — The Cuban government has released 53 dissidents it had promised to free under the accord with Washington to restore diplomatic relations and step… Continue reading

Don’t pack your suitcases [12-01-2015 16:57:22] Jaime Suchlicki Director del Instituto de Estudios Cubanos y Cubano-Americanos de la Universidad de Miami

( When Communism collapsed in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe in 1990, Cuban-Americans, American companies and tourists optimistically… Continue reading

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