Cuba’s options By Guillermo Almeyra August 8, 2009 A CubaNews translation. Edited by Walter Lippmann. The Cuban Revolution is going through its hardest period ever, mainly because of an international situation marked by capitalism’s current crisis, which is bound to last for at least two more years. Even a slight recovery will still mean that […]
A Brief History of Tourism By Graziella Pogolotti May 3, 2017 A CubaNews translation. Edited by Walter Lippmann. The image of the tourist was, at first, that of a traveler who, individually, undertook an adventure in search of new horizons to gain knowledge. Thus, exotic visitors began to show up in Cuba, who very […]
Introduction to the Cuban edition of A People’s History of Science (Historia Popular de la Ciencia) By Clifford D. Conner A CubaNews translation. Edited by Walter Lippmann. When I learned that an edition of A People’s History of Science would be published in Cuba, it occurred to me that in no country in the world […]
Cuba authorizes free Internet access Sub-Title By Fernando Ravsberg, BBC Mundo September 11, 2009 A CubaNews translation. Edited by Walter Lippmann. Universities have computer rooms and some have internet access. Cuban authorities approved legal internet use for all citizens, given in a resolution signed by Commandante of the Revolution Ramiro Valdés, Computer Science and Communications Minister. This […]
Atilio Boron explains why Cuba and Our America have no business in the OAS.
Why were two retired foreign Catholic priests murdered in Havana, and were their murders connected in any way?
Cuba's right to make a revolutionl
Granma on the responsibility of the paparazzi.
The tax that is not always paid An approach to a reality that some ignore and others infringe Author: Pastor Batista Valdes A CubaNews translation. Edited by Walter Lippmann. LAS TUNAS. – If everybody knew that for each peso of salary that a company pays a worker, it has to pay the wtate 25 cents tax […]