Washington's fear of Communism has been the source of fierce repression in the United States beginning with the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution.
The Posadas return to Havana By Gabino Manguela, Published July 3, 2017. A CubaNews translation. Edited by Walter Lippmann. Someone once said that there were no safer businesses than funeral homes and posadas (hot-pillow motels). The reasons are obvious: death and love are simply inevitable. However, their differences are notable: in the first, you cry, […]
Cuban blogger on the troubles caused when a big US movie company shot a FAST AND FURIOUS episode in Havana in 2016.
There are not a few places today that encourage irresponsible consumption of alcohol, and it is not difficult to access drinks, although the law prohibits the sale of these products, in addition to tobacco, to minors under the age of 18.
Fidel Castro saw Jesus Christ as a revolutionary: "I believe that many of the passages of the preachings of Christ, such as the Sermon on the Mount, cannot be given any interpretation other than what you call the option for the poor." (Excerpt from FIDEL AND RELIGION.)
Cuban historian Esteban Dominguez looks at the challenges facing the Cuban Revolution and its leadership as the historic leadership steps aside and a new generation comes forward.
Cuban-American analysist Domingo Amuchastegui looks at Obama's visit to Cuba in 2016, especially what was left out of the coverage. Taken from Cubadebate.
CUBADEBATE: Retired Cuban intelligence chief Fabian Escalante looks at Stephen Spielberg's BRIDGE OF SPIES.
Cuban blogger assesses the rise of new layers in society which are only interested in making money.
A leader in Cuba's biotech sector, and a prominent revolutionary as well, discusses what normalization of relations between the US means, and what it doesn't mean.