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Resumption of U.S.-Cuba diplomatic ties hits one-year mark In an onging rapprochement that was formalized with the restoration of diplomatic ties between the U.S. and Cuba on July 20, 2015, many diplomatic steps have been taken. But there are still big areas of contention between the two nations. BY MIMI WHITEFIELD mwhitefield@miamiherald.com At a minute […] Continue reading
In Cuba, it turns out, security forces really are everywhere By Nick Miroff December 1 at 2:30 PM HAVANA — The protests that erupted Friday in Havana at airline offices and outside Ecuador’s Embassy were a rare occurrence in this tightly controlled society, where street demonstrations and anti-government activism are essentially forbidden. As such, the […] Continue reading
Cuba: The Time to Fill the Jails Came Again / Ivan Garcia #Cuba Ivan Garcia, Translator: mlk Trying to analyze the strategy of the Castro brothers is an exercise in pure abstraction. Their way of moving tokens on the political board tends to go against logic. The incarceration of 75 dissidents ordered by Fidel Castro […] Continue reading

Post-Fidel era has begun
26/09/2006 14:27 – (SA)

Havana – No matter whether Fidel Castro returns to office or not,
diplomats and dissidents say the post-Fidel era has already begun and
some foresee an ideological tug of war between “tropical… Continue reading

Fidel Castro fades out. Tropical Taliban next?

By Bernd Debusmann
Special Correspondent
Source: Reuters
Alert Net
Infosearch:
José F. Sánchez
Bureau Chief
Cuba
Research Dept.
La Nueva Cuba
September 18, 2006

HAVANA, Sept 17 (Reuters) – No matter whether Fidel… Continue reading

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