CUBAN CHRONICLES November 15, 2017, 6:35 PM Some Very Preliminary First Re-Impressions. by Walter Lippmann Though I really want to share with you some of my many first impressions on arriving back in Cuba after nearly a year away, this Internet office (Sala de Navegacion as they’re called), will close in a half hour, so […]
Thoughts on the Eve of Returning to Cubaby Walter Lippmann Tlatelolco, Mexico, Saturday, September 3, 2016 Later this morning I’ll be off to Havana via Interjet, a Mexican airline which flies regularly. “Father, forgive me, for I have sinned:” It’s been nine months since my last time down, in December 2015. I’m looking forward to seeing […]
Some Thoughts the Eve of Returning to CubaTlatelolco, Mexico, Saturday, September 3, 2016 Later this morning I’ll be off to Havana via Interjet, a Mexican airline which flies regularly. “Father, forgive me, for I have sinned:” It’s been nine months since my last time down, in December 2015. I’m looking forward to seeing whatever changes have taken […]
Dos Meses en Cuba, una historia personal, social, politico.
This interview was conducted on March 23, 2016, on the meaning of President Barack Obama’s visit to Cuba. Hosted by: Michael Ratner, Michael Smith, Heidi Boghosian Law & Disorder, a groundbreaking radio program that among many things, encourages listeners to get involved with and understand the legal issues eroding all of our civil liberties — […]
My father took me to Cuba in the summer of 1956. He and his parents had lived in Cuba as German-Jewish exiles from Nazi Germany from 1939-1942. They had been refused entry to the United States, and had to wait in Cuba for permission to finally be granted.
NOT LONG BEFORE BOARDING BEGINS IN TAMPA Well, I’ve managed to stay pretty awake all night long, but now I’m pretty wiped out. Check-in for the flight to Cuba begins at 8, but departure isn’t until noon, a very long time to wait. Hope to find a Sunday NY TIMES to look at […]
It’s Saturday morning, September 12, and I’m putting together the last items to put in my suitcases. It’s always like this and I try to also give a few thoughts to the world I’m leaving behind here, and the one I’m expecting to see in Cuba. For the first time I’ll be traveling via Tampa, […]
Here's an extended essay on Cuba written following my first extended visit to the