Daily Archives: July 12, 2017
With materials scarce, Cuban designers master recycling chic Sarah Marsh
HAVANA (Reuters) – Olaff Alejo’s salt lamps are eerily beautiful and designed to purify the air.
Yet the Cuban designer must rummage through trash bins and scour the sidewalks of… Continue reading
Will Trump Open A Pandora’s Box Of Litigation Over Cuban Property? If the president fails to continue the suspension of Title III, business relations will be disrupted far more severely and irreparably than they would be by any regulatory change.… Continue reading
The impact of Trump’s Cuba policy revisions will likely be small BY MARK FEIERSTEIN, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR – 07/11/17 05:40 PM EDT
As U.S. officials prepare to implement President Trump’s Cuba policy, the rancor over the revised course is masking an… Continue reading
How President Trump can borrow from US Cuba policy to squeeze Beijing on North Korea Asia, Foreign and Defense Policy
The New York Times reports that “President Trump, frustrated by China’s unwillingness to lean on North Korea, has told the… Continue reading
The Cuban regime and the Venezuelan transition ARMANDO CHAGUACEDA | Ciudad de México | 12 de Julio de 2017 – 11:16 CEST.
In a recent interview Venezuelan analyst Rocío San Miguel, an expert on military affairs, masterfully defined the role… Continue reading
Cubazuela, Raúl and Leopoldo JUAN ANTONIO BLANCO | Miami | 11 de Julio de 2017 – 11:02 CEST.
What does Leopoldo López’s relapse from prison and placement under house arrest entail in Venezuela’s current political situation?
It is important to… Continue reading
Food scarcity, another Castroist crime ROBERTO ÁLVAREZ QUIÑONES | Los Ángeles | 10 de Julio de 2017 – 10:40 CEST.
If you were told that in a Latin American country almost 60% of the fertile land available for agriculture is… Continue reading