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To the People of Cuba: Is Washington Preparing a “Soft Coup”? The Co-optation of Cuban Intellectuals

Cuban Society and Economic Development. Confronting Neoliberalism

Cuban “Left” Opposition and Annexationists: Two Wings of the Same Eagle

The End of Ideology in Cuba?

Fidel’s Legacy to the World on Theory and Practice

Rafael Correa’s Moving Farewell to Fidel



‘Fidel will continue to live in the faces of the children who go to school, in the sick whose lives are saved, in the workers who own the fruits of their labors.’

Posted December 03, 2016

Farewell to Fidel

Tariq Ali reflects on the life of Fidel Castro, the revolutionary who stood up to America and won.

Hasta Siempre, Dear Comandante Fidel!

Fidel Castro’s Revolutionary Spirit Inspires the World to Pursue Equity and Justice

No Pasaran, Comandante Fidel!

No pasaran, Comandante Fidel!

Obama: End The Embargo on Cuba Before Trump Presidency

U.S. Imposes New Fine for Trading with Cuba

NSA Interrogation Officer – A Postcard From Guantanamo Bay

Documents Confirm CIA Censorship of Guantánamo Trials

Cuba: Strengthen Strategies to Confront Imperialist Intervention

Ten Years Ago, I Saw The Real Guantanamo And It Changed My Life

Reflecting on the Cuban Revolution: “Why I Am a Communist!”

Cuba Will Not Fall!

“Operation Northwoods”: 1962 False Flag directed against Cuba: “Casualty Lists Would Cause a Helpful Wave of Indignation”. Paris, Brussels Terror Attacks, Is it Relevant?

Brother Obama

Overthrow by Pragmatism: Obama’s Cuban Strategy

Bad luck island: How Obama was snubbed in Cuba

Raul Castro did not allow Barack Obama to clap him on the shoulder.
The incident turned out to become just about the main event of the whole journey of the American leader to Cuba.
After the press conference Obama wished to clap his Cuban colleague on the shoulder. However, Raul Castro caught the hand of the American leader and gave a wave in the air.
As we reported, Barack Obama was in Cuba on a state visit. This event has already been called as a historic one. The American leaders have not visited the island for over 80 years. As Obama said, his visit became a symbol of the end of Cold War.


Conversations with Fidel Castro: The Dangers of a Nuclear War

Obama in Cuba: Will the Visit Advance the US Cultural War Against Cubans?

The Deeper, Darker Meaning Behind Not Closing Guantánamo

UN Human Rights Experts Urge US to close Guantánamo and End Impunity for Abuses

Another Brutalized Guantanamo Victim Freed

Washington and the Cuban Migration Crisis

Close Guantanamo and Return It to Cuba

Africa’s Children Return! Cuba and African Liberation

Cuba’s Operation Carlota 40 Years Later

The Continuing US Blockade of Cuba, the UN General Assembly Vote illustrates the Cold Reality

The Imaginary Cuban Troops in Syria

Jorge Risquet, Cuban Revolutionary Leader in African Affairs, Dies 40 Years After Angolan Campaign

Subversion Against Cuba Continues Uninterrupted Amidst Normalization

Cuba-US Relations and Freedom of the Press

John Kerry, Cuba and Exporting US “Democracy”

Kerry travels to Cuba to raise flag at American embassy

Reality and Dreams

Cuba Pre-1959: The Rise and Fall of a U.S. Backed Dictator with Links to the Mob

US and Cuba reopen embassies after 54 years

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