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How the Catholic Church is Preparing for a Post-Castro CubaReligion and Rebuilding on the IslandVictor GaetanFebruary 27, 2012 When Pope Benedict XVI visits Cuba next month, he will once again reinforce a strategy that the Vatican has allowed the local Catholic Church there to pursue for more than three decades: diligently avoid any political confrontation [...] Continue reading
Declaration of Principles / Miriam CelayaMiriam Celaya, Translator: Unstated Yesterday, February 23, 2012, for a second time, Cuban TV has honored me by exposing my image — along with those of several other independent journalists and dissidents — in the national news. The previous occasion occurred months ago, during an unfortunate program televised through the [...] Continue reading
Posted on Monday, 02.13.12 Awaiting pope: New Castro, same mess of an economy Fourteen years after the last papal visit, some reforms have taken root in Cuba, but the economy is still an unmitigated mess.By Juan O. Tamayojtamayo@elNuevoHerald.com Two years before Pope John Paul II visited Cuba in 1998, then-Defense Minister Raúl Castro cracked down [...] Continue reading

Posted on Sunday, 04.11.10
CUBA'S FUTURE
On Castro, Martí and Mandela
BY CARLOS ALBERTO MONTANER
www.firmaspress.com

Spain-based columnist Carlos Alberto Montaner, a critic of the Castro
government, has exchanged a series of open letters with Silvio
Rodriguez, a successful singer… Continue reading

Posted on Friday, 03.26.10
LITTLE HAVANA | GLORIA ESTEFAN'S PROTEST

Tens of thousands join Gloria Estefan in march for Cuban protesters

In solidarity with the Ladies in White, tens of thousands of people
joined Gloria Estefan in an emotionally charged… Continue reading

Posted on Thursday, 03.25.10
Calle Ocho packed with marchers organized by Gloria Estefan
BY LUISA YANEZ, JENNIFER LEBOVICH And FABIOLA SANTIAGO
fsantiago@MiamiHerald.com

Throngs of Cuban exiles wearing white and carrying gladioluses and Cuban
flags packed a stretch of Calle Ocho… Continue reading

Posted on Saturday, 12.20.08
Aging Castro still rules 50 years after revolution
By ANITA SNOW
Associated Press Writer

HAVANA — In the palace of a fallen dictator, the grade-school kids in
their red Communist Pioneer bandanas are getting their mandatory… Continue reading

Cuba

Country Reports on Human Rights Practices – 2005
Released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor
March 8, 2006

Cuba, with a population of 11 million, is a totalitarian state led by a
president, Fidel Castro, whose… Continue reading

El Pacto entre Reformistas y Demócratas: la Clave para una Transición
Pacífica en Cuba tras la Muerte de Fidel Castro

2006-02-14

Foto: Alexis Gainza Solenzal.
Conference Key Challenges of a Cuban Transition Government , Commission
for Assistance to a Free… Continue reading

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