Fernando Ravsberg


Cartas desde Cuba Blog Reaches 10!

November 16, 2017 | No Comments »

This November, Cartas desde Cuba (Letters from Cuba) is celebrating its 10th anniversary of existence.




Cuba Has Great Potential for Healthy Tourism

November 9, 2017 | 8 comments

Tourism in Cuba should be developed taking into account the permanent presence of Irma and Trump, thinking that there will always be a hurricane in the Caribbean or a president at the White House who is willing to run the locomotive of Cuba’s economy off the tracks.




Where Cuba Fits in the Newly Declassified JFK Files

November 2, 2017 | 11 comments

The declassified documents reveal that self-harm attacks were a part of the US strategy against Cuba. They ome at a very interesting time when Washington is accusing Cuba of attacking US diplomats at its embassy in Havana with a fantasy sonic weapon.




The Secrets of Cuba’s Ballet School

October 26, 2017 | 6 comments

Today, over 900 children study at Cuba’s ballet academies, which are a huge talent pool for national dance and also for some of the world’s most renowned companies, where Cubans have shone, believed to be the “21st century” Russians according to critics.




The Cuba Acoustic Files: “The Balloon that Inflates By Itself”

October 21, 2017 | 13 comments

In this new chapter of the saga more alleged victims of Cuba’s fantastic acoustic weapons are coming forward. Apparently two more officials from the US Embassy would have suffered the mysterious audio attacks. The balloon continues to inflate and will surely continue to fill it with air until it bursts.




What Cuba Loses Because of its Incompetent Farm Bureaucracy

October 19, 2017 | 17 comments

How much does Cuba lose each year because of the inefficiency of its agricultural bureaucracy? Let’s take a look at some of the hard figures. The answer is as shocking as it is inexplainable for a country with limited resources.




Cuba Sonic Files: “Nails scratching the blackboard”

October 13, 2017 | 1 Comment »

The AP news agency received from US authorities the audio of a screeching noise that supposedly had been recorded in Havana and sent “for analysis to the US Navy, which has sophisticated equipment to analyze acoustic signals, and to intelligence agencies.”




The Target: Tourism in Cuba

October 12, 2017 | 47 comments

Every time Cuba finds ways of financing, campaigns to destroy its sources of income begin. Now the target seems to be tourism, a fast moving locomotive that can bring growth to other economic sectors as well.




Che in Cuba, from Olive Green to the Guerrillas of White Coats

October 9, 2017 | No Comments »

Tamara Juvier studied at the Lenin senior high school and at age 16 it occurred to her to do a research work on Commander Ernesto Che Guevara. “It was difficult for us to be like a God. Being like a person who has no defects is impossible.”




US Confirms it Isn’t Handing Over Information to Cuba on “Sonic Attacks”

October 6, 2017 | 9 comments

The US Department of State’s spokeswoman Heather Nauert affirmed that her country isn’t giving Cuba any information about the alleged “sonic attacks” that twenty or so US diplomats were allegedly victim to.