Where is Socialism in Cuba? / Iván García
Ivan Garcia, 20 May 2107 — A downpour in May hits the corrugated metal roof hard. Water filters in through several holes into the house of Mireya, a blind, half-deaf seventy-one-year-old woman.… Continue reading
Trump Expected To Restrict Trade, Travel With Cuba Updated at 8:19 p.m. ET
President Trump is preparing to announce changes in U.S. policy toward Cuba, possibly tightening restrictions on travel and trade that were loosened under former President Barack Obama.… Continue reading
How will President Trump change Obama’s Cuba policy? Tribune Washington Bureau (TNS) Sunday, June 11, 2017 9:12pm
?President Donald Trump is expected to announce his changes on Friday. WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is expected to roll back parts of… Continue reading
Trump considers reversing historic Obama-era opening with Cuba Tracy Wilkinson
President Trump is expected to roll back parts of the historic Obama-era opening with Cuba, siding with hawks who oppose detente and rejecting demands from U.S. businesses for whom the… Continue reading
Havana: a city of colour and surprises The buildings in Cuba’s capital may be crumbling yet there is a great sense of civic pride Conor Horgan
Cuba is full of surprises. On my first morning in a Havana casa particular… Continue reading
Reinaldo Escobar: The Unqualified Cuban Truth / Somos+
Somos+, Leyla Belo, 23 MACH 2017 — Those who ever speak with Reinaldo cannot deny his innate genius, his sense of humor and gentleness of expression. A matter of decorum, isn’t it?… Continue reading
Trump Will Reverse Damage Done by Obama’s Cuba Policy Jun 8th, 2017 3 min read COMMENTARY BY Mike Gonzalez @Gundisalvus Senior Fellow Mike Gonzalez is a senior fellow at the Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Institute for International Studies.
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Increased investment in ICT infrastructure likely in Cuba but connectivity problems and control over internet to remain Diego Moya-Ocampos – IHS Jane’s Intelligence Weekly 06 June 2017
Key Points – The Cuban government is increasingly viewing new information and communication… Continue reading
Cuba then and now: LGBT progress is real As the country opens its doors even farther, U.S. fundamentalists are looking for influence and to proselytize — not a good omen for LGBT Cubans. Mark Segal, Philadelphia Gay News Jun 5,… Continue reading
‘Rotten paintwork and the smell of cheap aftershave’ await visitors to Havana’s new luxury hotel Claire Wrathall•The Telegraph June 5, 2017
Given the extent to which the US began last year to make it easier for its citizens to visit… Continue reading
Carmelo Mesa-Lago: “The Cuban Government Panicked After Obama’s Visit”
14ymedio, Maité Rico, Madrid, 1 June 12017 — Carmelo Mesa-Lago (born Havana, 1934) has spent a good part of his life trying to open a breach of good sense in the… Continue reading
The Future Is Built With Cement … But There Isn’t Any
14ymedio, Reinaldo Escobar, Havana, 26 May 2017 — The cranes show off their slender anatomy in some areas of Havana where several luxury hotels are being built. Apart from… Continue reading
Trump Threatens to Rescind Obama’s Cuba Engagement—and Activists Fight Back The advocacy community now includes travel agencies, airline and agricultural companies, and a growing number of politicians. By Peter KornbluhTwitterTODAY 7:00 AM
At mid-day on May 29, the conservative media… Continue reading
Reagan: Won’t visit Cuba until people are free May 30, 2017 Michael Reagan Perspective
Expedia is now booking hotels in Cuba.
American Airlines is flying American tourists from Miami to Havana.
For more than a year American-owned cruise lines have… Continue reading
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
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