Cuban President Raúl Castro Will Reportedly Visit the United States BY TAYLOR WOFFORD 9/15/15 AT 2:27 PM Cuban President Raúl Castro will speak before the United Nations General Assembly in New York City on September 28, according to multiple reports. Castro’s visit will mark the first time a president of Cuba has publicly set foot […] Continue reading
Cuba lowers expectations on eve of talks with US on restoring diplomatic ties A Cuban official says restoring normal relations will take a long time after more than half a century of enmity theguardian.com, Wednesday 21 January 2015 02.30 GMT A senior Cuban official said on Tuesday that restoring diplomatic ties with the United States […] Continue reading
Has D-Day Arrived? YOANI SÁNCHEZ, La Habana | Diciembre 17, 2014 Today has been one of those days we imagine a thousand ways, but never as it finally happened. You prepare for a date on which you can celebrate the end, hug your friends who return home, wave a flag in the middle of the […] Continue reading
Cuba-United States: Focusing on Transparency / Ivan Garcia Posted on May 7, 2014 There are not always good arguments for trampling on the jurisdiction of a foreign nation. The Cold War mentality is still latent in the behavior of certain U.S. institutions. If a government believes in democracy and political freedom, it shouldn’t go around […] Continue reading
Obama vote surges among Miami Cubans, but what does election mean for Cuba? By William Booth, Saturday, November 10, 2:19 AM MEXICO CITY — President Obama won a historic share of Cuban American ballots in Florida this week, challenging the Republic...
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Trip Report by Former U.S. President Jimmy Carterto Cuba, March 28-30, 2011April 1, 2011
At the invitation of President Raul Castro, Rosalynn and I visited Havana on behalf of The Carter Center, accompanied by John Hardman, Jennifer McCoy, Robert Pastor,… Continue reading
US says release of contractor in Cuba ‘long overdue’
WASHINGTON (AFP) – The State Department on Friday urged Cuba to release a US contractor as it marked the first anniversary of his detention on suspicion of espionage.
Alan Gross was… Continue reading
Posted on Wednesday, 05.26.10
Cuba says no case yet against jailed American
By WILL WEISSERT
Associated Press Writer
HAVANA — Cuba has yet to open a legal case against a U.S. government contractor from Maryland nearly six months after he… Continue reading