Kim Jong Un enjoys the luxury of presenting to the world, day after day, the existence of a land that, no matter how small, poor and ostracized, is still capable of standing up to the superpower.
Many in the U.S. are unable to forgive Fidel his fidelity and his personal weaknesses.
Cuba’s relationship with the United States is like one of a student, where the power is asymmetrical.
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]
<i>He has warned the Communist regime that if they resist a “better deal” he will terminate Barack Obama’s policy of rapprochement. </i>
This time Donald Trump threatens to bring back the Cold War, or at least one of its most emblematic chapters: the historic rivalry between the U.S. and Cuba, countries that [Read more]
This change is something important, particularly for young people whose life experiences with the neighbor to the north lack [the aura of] criminal sabotage.
The historic nature of Barack Obama's visit to Cuba portends a transformation in the lives of Cubans.
Obama’s visit will serve to accelerate the changes taking place in a regime that is set to outlive its founder.
President Obama announces a plan — not feasible as we already know — to close the prison in Guantanamo. It is a “declaration of good will” before the historic trip to Cuba.
Closing the Guantanamo Bay prison remains one of the unfulfilled promises of Barack Obama, which he announced in 2009, soon after being [Read more]
The U.S. raises its flag in Havana, but Cuba will not be Americanized so quickly.