Daily Archives: May 30, 2017
Donald Trump to reverse Barack Obama’s Cuba policies after breakthrough of decades-old stalemate The administration has been reviewing the US-Cuba relationship since taking office Mythili Sampathkumar New York @MythiliSk
Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro visit during an exposition… Continue reading
Russian energy minister: Cuba wants to increase purchases of Russian oil May 29, 2017 TASS
Cuba wants to increase the supply of oil and oil products from Russia, but it is a matter of financing, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak… Continue reading
Derek B. Miller: In Cuba, nothing is allowed but everything happens By Derek B Miller Published: May 24, 2017 10:00 a.m. Updated: May 23, 2017 1:21 p.m.
Utah business and community leaders recently visited Cuba on a fact-finding mission and… Continue reading
Can We Progress in Cuba under the Current Model? May 29, 2017
HAVANA TIMES — I couldn’t help but think about the analogy of a popular Cuban saying when reflecting upon the prospects we have of our economy progressing by… Continue reading
Agricultural exports to Cuba would help compensate those whose properties were seized BY NORA GÁMEZ TORRES email@example.com
The congressional battle between lawmakers from farming states and Cuban American colleagues on funding food exports to Cuba could be coming to an… Continue reading
While tourists drink water out of a bottle, Cubans ration and boil a limited supply BY BRIANA ERICKSON
HAVANA Men sit on the steps and play a hand of cards, women chat outside barred windows, stray dogs missing tufts of… Continue reading
Editorial: An Appeal to the White House DDC | Madrid | 30 de Mayo de 2017 – 14:42 CEST.
Castroism’s plans for 2018 are clear: to officially sanction the transfer of power to the family’s heirs and double down on… Continue reading
Going after the whistleblower rather than the culprits: the tobacco conflict continues in Mayarí OSMEL RAMÍREZ ÁLVAREZ | Holguín | 29 de Mayo de 2017 – 17:25 CEST.
Criminalizing the disclosure of violations to the public, rather than those who… Continue reading