U.S. Hostile Policy against Cuba Remains Intact, Says Official

Imagen activa Havana, May 10 (Prensa Latina) Nearly four years after U.S. President Barak Obama took office, expectations of a change of attitude from that government towards Cuba are far from met, a top diplomat said here on Thursday. While Obama has taken some positive measures in favor of relations between the two countries, the … Continue reading U.S. Hostile Policy against Cuba Remains Intact, Says Official

You are invited to a historic exchange with leading Cuban thinkers this June in Havana.

Seminar on Socialist Renewal and the Capitalist Crisis A Cuban-North American Exchange   Havana, Cuba    June 18-22, 2012  Part I:  SOCIALIST RENEWAL A.  Cuba’s Economic Reforms *Need for Reform: Problems in Cuban Society  Building a New Consensus The Reform Program Obstacles to Reform Outcomes? A New Model for Socialism?:  Theory of Socialism B.  Latin America Moves … Continue reading You are invited to a historic exchange with leading Cuban thinkers this June in Havana.

Cuba Never Asked to Attend Summit of the Americas By Patricia Grogg

Cuba Never Asked to Attend Summit of the Americas By Patricia Grogg HAVANA, Mar 9, 2012 (IPS) - Cuba never asked to be invited to a Summit of the Americas, Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez said in response to protests from some governments in the region at Havana’s exclusion from the meetings of Western Hemisphere leaders.Speaking … Continue reading Cuba Never Asked to Attend Summit of the Americas By Patricia Grogg

Why We Must Close the Guantanamo Gulag By Marjorie Cohn, AlterNet Posted on January 16, 2012, Printed on January 19, 2012 http://www.alternet.org/story/153789/why_we_must_close_the_guantanamo_gulag Travelers to Cuba and music lovers are familiar with the song “Guantanamera”— literally, the girl from Guantánamo. With lyrics by José Martí, the father of Cuban independence, Guantanamera is probably the most widely … Continue reading