Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan, George H. W. Bush, Clinton, George W. Bush... After almost 60 years – of blockade, assassination attempts, invasions, sabotage, exclusion, and threats directed against a socialist reality that’s 90 miles away – Obama finally recognized Washington’s [Read more]
i>The partial retreat in Washington’s relations with Havana is a serious mistake.</i>
The partial retreat, announced yesterday by Donald Trump, from the process of normalization between the U.S. and Cuba, initiated 30 months ago by his predecessor in the White House, Barack Obama, is a grave strategic and [Read more]
The Republican governors’ visit to the island reveals how the president still hasn’t finalized his attack against Obama’s strategy for compromise.
In the perspective of the Trump administration, the normalization of U.S.-Cuba relations would be no more than the restoration of capitalism on the island
Cuba’s relationship with the United States is like one of a student, where the power is asymmetrical.
Bypassing intermediaries between the masses and their leader is the secret object of desire of every populist.
I proudly belong to a generation that when we were both young, we and the Cuban Revolution marched, singing with all the enthusiasm and ingenuity, "Cuba yes, Yankees no." We also sang “Fidel, Fidel, what does Fidel have that the Americans can’t defeat?" and “Cuba, how beautiful is Cuba, whoever [Read more]
Exactly 55 years and 11 months after the United States withdrew its ambassador from Cuba, Barack Obama has just proposed that his country's Senate confirm diplomat Jeffrey DeLaurentis to the post.
While it is a highly symbolic step, it will have little practical effect, as it seems improbable that Senate [Read more]
The coup in Brazil, the peace agreement with the Revolutionary Front in Colombia, and the outbreak of protests on the streets of Venezuela all signal an Orange Spring in Caracas.