Discover What the World Thinks of U.S.

embargo

Trump Harms the Cubans

June 25, 2017 // El Pais - Brazil - Portuguese

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]

‘Obama the Good’?

April 14, 2016 // Granma - Cuba - Spanish

This change is something important, particularly for young people whose life experiences with the neighbor to the north lack [the aura of] criminal sabotage.

Thanks Obama

April 10, 2016 // CubaDebate - Cuba - Spanish

Without genuflecting, because neither my grandparents nor my parents ever made me bow my head, I thank Obama for visiting my island. The trail he has left behind in his brief time here has great value; it could shift the best of our combined thinking back into the foreground. It has the opportunity to vindicate what [Read more]

Obama in Cuba, for History and Tourism

March 30, 2016 // Liberation - France - French

<i>The visit to Havana — the first by an American president since 1928 — exposes Obama to criticism and the Castro regime to change. It also opens the possibility for new contracts in the tourism industry.</i> By stepping onto the tarmac at Havana Airport on Sunday, Barack Obama must have felt the weight of [Read more]

Reconciliation under Cuban Embargo

August 31, 2015 // Liberation - France - French

<b>Decoding the Situation</b> John Kerry will raise the star spangled banner this Friday over the embassy in Havana. The U.S. secretary of state sanctions this mutual thaw in relations, which doesn’t, however, solve questions of trade or political repression. On Thursday, the undying Fidel Castro celebrated his [Read more]
1 2 3 5