Daily Archives: March 6, 2017
Cuba Kills Another Dissident After Obama’s detente: More tourists on the island and more repression. By Mary Anastasia O’Grady March 5, 2017 5:08 p.m. ET
Score another kill for the Cuban military dictatorship: Last month it eliminated Afro-Cuban dissident Hamell… Continue reading
Official Fervor Towards Fidel Castro Contrasts With the Indifference of Young People / EFE-14ymedio, Lorena Canto
EFE (via 14ymedio), Lorena Canto, Havana, 5 March 2017 — A hundred days after his death and although Cuba has limited by law the… Continue reading
Growing Old in Cuba: Luck or Misfortune? / Cubanet, Ana Leon
Cubanet, Ana Leon, Havana, 3 March 2017 – Jose Vargas is 85 years old and a retired musician. He lives alone in a room in a tenement in Old… Continue reading
Cuba’s Raul Castro blasts Trump’s Mexican wall and trade policy By Marc Frank | HAVANA
Cuban President Raul Castro harshly criticized U.S. President Donald Trump’s immigration, trade and other policies on Sunday as Trump reviews a fragile detente with Communist-run… Continue reading
New Maternity Legislation in Cuba Ignores Fathers By Ivet González
This article is part of special IPS coverage on the occasion of International Women’s Day, celebrated March 8.
HAVANA, Mar 6 2017 (IPS) – A new set of regulations to… Continue reading
Preparing for a business career in Cuba takes persistence BY MIMI WHITEFIELD email@example.com
Cuban entrepreneur Liber Puente is working on a master’s thesis about communication among “nontraditional friends,” so what better place for some research than Miami.
“The question I’m… Continue reading
How Cubans’ gift for improvization sustained the politics and pleasures of Havana By Michael Mewshaw March 3
Michael Mewshaw is writing a memoir about his friendship with Pat Conroy.
A happy hybrid, “Havana: A Subtropical Delirium” invokes the Cuban capital… Continue reading