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Trump’s announcement on Cuba could clash with Central American summit

Trump’s announcement on Cuba could clash with Central American summit BY MIMI WHITEFIELD mwhitefield@miamiherald.com If President Donald Trump outlines his new Cuba policy in Miami on Friday, it could upstage a Central American conference that is bringing regional presidents and Mexican and U.S. Cabinet members to town this week. Sources have told the Miami Herald […] Continue reading

Not even the Chinese model can save Castroism

Not even the Chinese model can save Castroism FABIO RAFAEL FIALLO | Ginebra | 19 Abr 2016 – 7:02 pm. Clinging to the most retrograde Soviet tradition, the Communist Party of Cuba decided to hold its VII Congress without even having allowed any debate on the documents distributed for approval at the event. This secrecy […] Continue reading

Despite Obama visit, global spotlight, Havana cracks down on dissidents

Despite Obama visit, global spotlight, Havana cracks down on dissidents Dozens of protestors were detained in Cuba Critics accuse Obama of ignoring the island’s human-rights record Short-term arrests and detentions are common tactics BY MIMI WHITEFIELD mwhitefield@miamiherald.com As they have for 46 straight Sundays, the dissident Damas de Blanco (Ladies in White) marched quietly along […] Continue reading

After the Castro brothers – How much power will Cuba’s crown prince really wield?

After the Castro brothers: How much power will Cuba’s crown prince really wield? Miguel Díaz-Canel, Raúl Castro’s apparent successor, has trod a careful path to the top But without the support of the military and the Communist Party, being president of Cuba might not mean much And what about the youngest generation of Castros? BY […] Continue reading

After the Castro brothers – How much power will Cuba’s crown prince really wield?

After the Castro brothers: How much power will Cuba’s crown prince
really wield?

Miguel Díaz-Canel, Raúl Castro’s apparent successor, has trod a careful
path to the top
But without the support of the military and the Communist Party, being
president… Continue reading

Cuban dissidents blast Obama’s betrayal

Cuban dissidents blast Obama’s betrayal
By Marc A. Thiessen December 29 at 9:21 AM

President Obama is basking in global adulation for his decision to
normalize relations with Cuba. But one group is not impressed with
Obama’s rapprochement with the… Continue reading

Turbulent voyage – the Cuban baseball pipeline

Turbulent voyage: the Cuban baseball pipeline
BY LINDA ROBERTSON LROBERTSON@MIAMIHERALD.COM
12/27/2014 7:57 PM 12/27/2014 10:10 PM

The clandestine journey from decaying ballparks to major league stadiums
can be treacherous, degrading and expensive for Cuban baseball players
who risk their lives… Continue reading

Cuba Studies ‘Putinismo’ for Survival Tips

Cuba Studies ‘Putinismo’ for Survival Tips
If Havana uses a Russian recipe for clinging to power, investors beware.
By MARY ANASTASIA O’GRADY –

Vladimir Putin’s op-ed in the New York Times wasn’t a big hit with
Americans. But the Russian… Continue reading

Cuba’s opposition, on a plane to Spain

Cuba’s opposition, on a plane to Spain
Analysis: After amnesty, a tough path for Castro opponents.
By Nick Miroff
Published: July 23, 2010 06:19 ET in The Americas

HAVANA, Cuba — Just as the Cuban government’s political opposition is getting… Continue reading

Cuba frees prisoners to improve image, economy

Tuesday July 13, 2010
Cuba frees prisoners to improve image, economy
By Jeff Franks

HAVANA (Reuters) – The Cuban government’s surprising decision to free 52 political prisoners enables President Raul Castro to reduce political friction both inside and outside Cuba,… Continue reading

Leadership, at last, for Cuba’s people

Posted on Monday, 05.24.10
Leadership, at last, for Cuba’s people
OUR OPINION: Catholic Church can be a catalyst for change

Finally, after a long silence, Cuba’s Catholic Church is taking a stand, calling on the Castro regime to free 26… Continue reading

Cubans united on need for change, says Roman Catholic cardinal Jaime Ortega

April 21, 2010

Cubans united on need for change, says Roman Catholic cardinal Jaime Ortega James Bone in New York

Cuba’s foremost Roman Catholic said that Cubans are growing impatient for change to address the island’s worst crisis in more… Continue reading

Cuba is at a critical turning point.

The End May Be Near
Cuba is at a critical turning point.
By Jorge Castañeda | NEWSWEEK
Published Apr 16, 2010
From the magazine issue dated Apr 26, 2010

Since 1959, fortunes have been lost betting on the end of… Continue reading