The fact that migrant remittances are increasingly becoming the base for sustaining the economies of a growing number of impoverished Third World countries should be seen as a crime against humanity, and not as a reason for complacency.
Given the history of the relations between Cuba and the US –and also given the circumstances in which it could take place– a visit by the President of the United States to Havana would still be part of a confrontation. However, a confrontation must be –as Cuban leader Raul Castro, said– on an equal footing and in a civilized manner.
Jan 12, 2016Walter Lippmann
Jan 11, 2016Walter Lippmann
Jan 10, 2016Walter Lippmann
Youth magazine SOMOS JOVENES explores why so many Cuban young people today are apathetic and unmotivated (March 2015)
Robert Reich´s new book entitled Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few discussed by Cuban analyst Manuel Yepe
USA and Cuba: one year later by Ricardo Alarcón Published on December 19, 2015 in Opinión, Política, Ricardo Alarcón de Quesada December 17 marks the first anniversary of the announcement that Cuba and the United States would reestablish diplomatic relations. Presidents Raul Castro and Barak Obama did it at the same time from Havana and […]
The film VIVA had its world premiere at the Telluride Film Festival, where it was a great success
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 […]