Manuel E. Yepe is a lawyer, economist and journalist. He is a professor at the Higher Institute of International Relations in Havana. He was Cuba’s ambassador to Romania, general director of the Prensa Latina agency; vice president of the Cuban Institute of Radio and Television; founder and national director of the Technological Information System (TIPS) of the United Nations Program for Development in Cuba, and secretary of the Cuban Movement for the Peace and Sovereignty of the Peoples.
Prof. Nelson Valdes highlights as a great achievement that Cubans have overcome the idea that machismo, manhood, and masculinity are the expressions of what defines a revolutionary.
Those Who Won’t Go Forward Will Go Backward By Manuel E. Yepe September 2009 http://manuelyepe.wordpress.com/ A CubaNews translation. Edited by Walter Lippmann. Not every sector of the U.S. society, nor all U.S. citizens, is frustrated at President Barack Obama’s performance so far or his failure to keep his promises of change. Small wonder, taking into […]
Yepe explains why Havana will NOT be gentrified.
The South American Ogre So Loved By His People By Manuel E. Yepe September 2009 A CubaNews translation. Edited by Walter Lippmann. Who is this monster, the United States’ worst enemy in South America, who is worse than Fidel Castro and Osama bin Laden? The who supports all terrorists and drug traffickers in the world, […]
Cuba's right to make a revolutionl
Cuban diplomat Manuel Yepe reviews H. Bruce Franklin's "Vietnam and Other American Fantasies"