The summit in Panama will go down in history as the first formal encounter between the U.S. and Cuba and as the continuation of the thawing process the two governments started almost two years ago with the Vatican and Canada as mediators.
While Obama looked to the future, Castro began the discussion referring to [Read more]
Obama’s decision to formally recognize Venezuela as a 'national security threat' to the U.S. escalates the conflict between Maduro’s government and 'the empire.'
It seems Venezuela and Cuba will arrive with roles reversed at the Summit of the Americas, which is to take place in April this year.
Talks on normalization are going so smoothly between the USA and Cuba that they're practically at the official end of their cold war.
The Cuban battle has moved to the press. It has to do with a counter charge. It responds, without saying so, to a document featured in the New York Times that expressed a contrary sentiment.
A group of 40 prominent American and Cuban-American personalities, very prestigious and with a long tradition of public [Read more]
Cuba announced that it is placing strong conditions on the restoration of diplomatic relations with the United States. Before doing so, the island’s government hopes that, among other things, the United States will: first, give back Guantanamo Bay; second, lift the trade embargo that is still in place; and third, [Read more]
With these reforms, Raul Castro is not only confirming what Fidel Castro asserted in regard to communism not serving the interests of Cubans; he has also ended Commander Chavez and his heirs’ obsolete and parasitic strategy.
Tourism is a high-impact scenario in the new steps taken for the normalization of bilateral relations between the U.S. and Cuba.