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Cuba: Why I Defend Socialism

October 20, 2014 | 50 comments

I could begin by saying that I lived under a capitalist regime for long enough to be able to make comparisons. It would suffice to make a general statement: 60 years elapsed from the time Cuba achieved independence from Spanish domination to the triumph of the revolution and the country made very little or next to no progress.




Cuba and the USA: Beyond Confrontation

October 20, 2014 | 21 comments

The normalization of relations between Cuba and the United States has long been a thorny issue. Bilateral conflicts between the two countries date back to the 19th century and reached a peak with the embargo policy applied following the triumph of the revolution in 1959.




Central Park Havana

October 19, 2014 | 2 comments

One of the busiest places in Havana is Central Park. Seated on one of the stone benches, the unique setting makes us visualize a museum of architecture, surrounded by buildings where the ecliptic and classic style harmoniously dialogue… (28 photos)




Fidel Castro Offers Cuba’s Cooperation with USA to fight Ebola

October 18, 2014 | 29 comments

Former Cuban President Fidel Castro offered the United States today his country’s cooperation in the fight against Ebola, despite the rivalry that has kept the two countries at odds for more than half a century.




Cuban Women: Testimonies and Tears

October 18, 2014 | No Comments »

The theater was packed, and many had to stand throughout the 33-minute-long documentary, Ingrid Leon’s Mujeres…la historia dorada (“Women: The Golden Story”). The theater employees scheduled another screening for those who were left out.




US-Cuba Relations and the Internal Blockade

October 18, 2014 | 31 comments

A New York Times editorial published urges President Obama to re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba – something that is beyond the scope of the embargo provisions and which falls within his presidential prerogatives.




Cubans to Begin Receiving New ID Cards

October 17, 2014 | No Comments »

New identification cards will begin being issued in Cuba starting October 29, starting with the municipality of East Havana, the official media reported on the island.




Human Trafficking Between Cuba and the USA

October 16, 2014 | 11 comments

Cuban immigrants have always been made a political issue, presented as persecuted individuals who are fleeing communism and given the status of refugees by the United States – despite the fact that 500,000 of these alleged “exiles” visit Cuba every year without anything happening to them.




The Woman Who Loved Dogs Stays in Cuba

October 16, 2014 | No Comments »

I have a friend who’s been living on an island in the Caribbean for four years now. From what I see in the pictures I found on the Internet and the ones she kindly sent me so I would see the place she’s spent the last few years in, it is a beautiful place.




Cuba: The Shades of Racism

October 15, 2014 | 4 comments

I thank Yasser Farres Delgado for having taken the trouble to read and reply to my post Where’s our common sense? The simple fact of debating about this regrettable reality is a way of pulling ourselves out of the apathy we suffer.