Human Rights in Cuba

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Cuba’s Frozen Revolution September 27, 2016 By Tad Boniecki

HAVANA TIMES — I came to write this piece because I was fascinated reading the Lonely Planet’s account of Cuban history. Wanting to share it, I summarized it. Yet I realized… Continue reading

In Cuba, seedlings of capitalism Updated: AUGUST 11, 2016 — 12:53 PM EDT by Michael Smerconish, Inquirer Columnist

Entrepreneurship might seem like an odd word to associate with Cuba, but it seems increasingly apt, given the individuals I met during… Continue reading

“Security” FRANCISCO ALMAGRO | Miami | 10 Nov 2015 – 11:57 pm.

‘It is there, in the subjective judgments of most of the people where Cuban Communism has achieved its greatest and most sustained success. And where its enemies have… Continue reading

Voices: In Cuba, Economic Contradictions Amid Change BY JOSÉ GABILONDO

MIAMI, FL — In Havana last week, I thought about how much its economy had changed since my first visit in college. At that time, Cuba got Soviet subsidies. After… Continue reading

Hard times for Cuba’s elderly BY JUAN O. TAMAYO El Nuevo HeraldFebruary 5, 2014

Retired Havana radiologist Lidia Lima says her $14 pension lasts her for only 20 days out of every month. But at the age of 78, she… Continue reading

How Expensive is having a Child in Cuba? May 17, 2013 By Fabián Flores (Café Fuerte)

HAVANA TIMES — For the second consecutive year, the London-based organization Save the Children has identified Cuba as the best country in Latin America… Continue reading Cuban Ration Book Turns 50March 13, 2012Fernando Ravsberg*HAVANA TIMES, March 13 — Half a century ago, the nascent Cuban Revolution created the Libreta de Abastecimientos (the ration book), which was the basic e... Continue reading

Cuba's communist congress

The start of a long, slow goodbyeAge has at last caught up with the Castros and their revolution. New ideas are emerging slightly faster than new leadersApr 20th 2011 | HAVANA

WHEN serious illness forced him to… Continue reading

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