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The opinions expressed here are based on objective analysis by a variety of authors on recent events and issues on Cuba.

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Cuban Vaccines, Latest Target of Information War

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Those who follow the news about Cuba may have noticed an exponential increase in criticism of the Cuban government, accompanied by an enormous amount of “fake news” related to everything it does on the island. Cuba’s COVID vaccines could hardly be left out, gi... More »

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New Sanctions Against Cuba: an Analysis

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On September 23 the President of the United States announced a new package of measures against Cuba during Hispanic Heritage Month when he met with Bay of Pigs veterans. The latest sanctions are intended to prevent U.S. travelers from staying in Cuban governme... More »

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Media Bias Against Cuba – Some Things Never Change

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As the world struggles under the new realities of the COVID-19 crisis, some things never change. So, when Cuba is shown to be doing more than its part in combating the pandemic, American corporate media bias against the island nation remains unaltered. While m... More »

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The Media War Against Cuba

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Since the earliest days of the Cuban revolution, mainstream media in the United States has been consistent in presenting a misinformed, biased narrative against the island nation and its social/economic system. The media is unerringly negative when reporting o... More »

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Dear Government of Canada

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May 8th, 2019. It is a date that those with ties between Canada and Cuba know well. From the early morning hours, as media began to break their news stories for the day, the Government of Canada was making its announcement that, effective immediately, all visa... More »

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Cruise Ships and Cuba: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

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(Forget the Good) On the morning of May 2, 2016 I was relaxing in the lush garden of Havana’s elegant Hotel Nacional, enjoying a cafecito while peering over the typically uncrowded Malecón. Just beyond, the azure waters of the Gulf lapped lazily against the se... More »

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Helms Burton Title III: Punishment or Fireworks?

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By David Urra and Sue Ashdown The Helms-Burton law passed by the U.S. Congress in 1996 is best summarized as legislation that wrested control over the U.S. embargo against Cuba away from the Executive Branch, placing it in the hands of the Legislative Branch, ... More »

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