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Monthly Archives: May 2016

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Without Haste and With Many Pauses / Somos+, Joanna Columbie

Somos+, Joanna Columbié, 24 May 2016 — The Cuban economic model, one that is imprecise, vague, and very particular to Cuba, does not manage to meet the needs of the… Continue reading

Campaign Against the Mosquito / Rebeca Monzo

Rebeca Monzo, 30 May 2016 — On my planet, Cuba, dengue fever has been brought on by unsanitary conditions, which in turn were brought on by the revolution. Neglect and abandonment have caused… Continue reading

Soldiers in Business: Bad Deal / Cubanet, Luis Cino Alvarez, Luis Cino Alvarez, Havana, 30 May 2016 – The survival of the Castro regime increasingly appears to be in the hands of the Revolutionary Armed Forces (FAR). And not… Continue reading

Cuba’s Greatest Problem May 30, 2016 Veronica Vega

HAVANA TIMES — A person I hold in high regard recently expressed their opinion which, at the time, I thought was a little bit too radical: “Cuba’s main problem is the Wet… Continue reading

Waves of Cubans are crossing into Texas By Lomi KrielMay 28, 2016 Updated: May 28, 2016 11:05pm

Cuba to Houston with a flight to Ecuador. From there, he traveled by bus, boat and foot through Colombia into Panama, including a… Continue reading

Missouri delegation travels to Cuba May 30, 2016, 6:00am CDT

Gov. Jay Nixon is leading a group of Missourians representing agriculture, business, education and government on a trade mission to Cuba. The delegation will visit the island nation from May… Continue reading

Same Cuba, same Castro regime By Silvio Canto, Jr.

Let’s do a quick before and after President Obama normalized relations with Cuba.

Before December 2014, there was a lot of repression in Cuba. Since then, there is still a lot… Continue reading

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