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    The King, The President and The Dictator

    The King, The President and The Dictator 14ymedio, Yoani Sanchez, Havana, 23 April 2017 — In the palace of the Captains General in Havana there is a throne awaiting its king. It was prepared when Cuba was still a Spanish colony and a monarch has never sat in its imposing structure. The visit of Spain’s […] Continue reading

    Cuba: more reliant on the US than ever

    Cuba: more reliant on the US than ever ROBERTO ÁLVAREZ QUIÑONES | Los Ángeles | 27 de Marzo de 2017 – 16:38 CEST. The best way to appreciate how that Cuba’s economy today depends on the US more than ever before in its history is to engage in a very simple mental exercise: imagine that […] Continue reading

    The Private Sector Consolidates Its Presence in Gastronomy and Services

    The Private Sector Consolidates Its Presence in Gastronomy and Services / 14ymedio, Marcelo Hernandez 14ymedio, Marcelo Hernandez, Havana, 1 March 2017 — The corner of Galiano and Zanja is a hive of people at noon. The area’s private cafes sell everything from bread with croquettes to a complex meat lasagna, but the nearest state places […] Continue reading

    Meet the Entrepreneurs Breaking Into This Long-Forbidden Market

    Meet the Entrepreneurs Breaking Into This Long-Forbidden Market Less than 100 miles south of Key West sits a socialist country forbidden from doing business with the U.S. for 57 years. Now it’s on the brink of being opened to American entrepreneurs. Meet the ones hoping to cash in first. By David Whitford The Friday before […] Continue reading

    Who sells the charcoal made from Cuban marabou to the USA?

    Who sells the charcoal made from Cuban marabou to the USA? DDC | Madrid | 12 de Enero de 2017 – 12:09 CET. On 18 January, two days before Donald Trump is sworn in as president, a shipment of 40 tons of coal made from marabú (marabou, or sicklebush) is slated to arrive, the first […] Continue reading

    U.S. rules out swap of jailed Cuban spy Ana Belen Montes

    U.S. rules out swap of jailed Cuban spy Ana Belen Montes BY NORA GÁMEZ TORRES ngameztorres@elnuevoherald.com The Obama administration “has no intention” of releasing or swapping jailed Cuban spy Ana Belen Montes, according to a letter sent by the U.S. Department of State to the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. The Aug. 19 letter, […] Continue reading

    Medals and synecdoches

    Medals and synecdoches MIGUEL SALES | Málaga | 23 de Agosto de 2016 – 13:41 CEST. Before getting to the heart of this article, I must warn the reader that I am one of those “bad patriots” who rejoice at every defeat suffered by athletes from his country in every athletic competition, because I have […] Continue reading

    Speculation rises over possible swap of Cuba spy for American fugitive

    Speculation rises over possible swap of Cuba spy for American fugitive Unconfirmed reports suggest the United States and Cuba are considering a high-profile prisoner swap: jailed Cuba spy Ana Belén Montes in exchange for longtime American fugitive Joanne Chesimard. NORA GÁMEZ TORRES ngameztorres@elnuevoherald.com An unprecented trip to Havana on Wednesday by American officials from various […] Continue reading

    CUBA’S ‘BLACK SPRING’ STILL HAUNTS JOURNALISTS

    CUBA’S ‘BLACK SPRING’ STILL HAUNTS JOURNALISTS David Soler 8 February 2016 Years after their release, two Cuban journalists look back at lost years. In March 2003 the world’s attention was transfixed on Iraq as the United States prepared to launch a divisive military assault on Saddam Hussein’s government. Meanwhile just 90 miles from U.S. shores, […] Continue reading

    Missile that turned up in Cuba ignites backlash

    Missile that turned up in Cuba ignites backlash Missile did not contain explosives Concern: Cuba could share technology with U.S. enemies Sen. Marco Rubio says Congress should have been informed MIAMI HERALD STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS WASHINGTON A dummy U.S. Hellfire missile was mistakenly shipped from Europe to Cuba in 2014 as the United States […] Continue reading

    Cuba reparations talks should look to future, not past

    Cuba reparations talks should look to future, not past The Times Editorial Board Just over a year ago, President Obama began thawing the half-century Cold War chill between the U.S. and Cuba when he and President Raul Castro agreed to reestablish diplomatic relations. More recently, Florida-based Stonegate Bank announced it would start issuing debit cards […] Continue reading