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Cuba, o la ignorancia crapulosa

Cuba, o la ignorancia crapulosa Por David Bustamante Segovia Barack Obama aún está por demostrarle al pueblo de Cuba, a quien le expresó su cariño, que su voluntad de suprimir el embargo es tan real como la resistencia y reciedumbre de carácter de ese pequeño pueblo. David Bustamante Segovia Aún en pleno siglo XXI, cuando […] Continue reading

Un líder judío pone a La Habana en el grupo de gobiernos

Un líder judío pone a La Habana en el grupo de gobiernos latinoamericanos con ‘retórica muy agresiva’ y antisemita AGENCIAS | Jerusalén | 12 Mayo 2015 – 9:24 pm. Advierte que lo impulsa Irán a través de sus socios del ALBA y que estos discursos, en algunos casos, se traducen en violencia física. La retórica […] Continue reading

Hospital Infantil Pedro Borrás – réquiem por un coloso

Hospital Infantil Pedro Borrás: réquiem por un coloso Los pasillos, sótanos, galerías, salas, oficinas, consultas y los vetustos ascensores ya no existen. Lo que fue el Hospital Infantil de La Habana ha sido reducido a escombros por la ineficacia administrativa, indolencia e irresponsabilidad de las autoridades cubanas sábado, enero 24, 2015 | Leonardo Calvo Cardenas […] Continue reading

Obama y el racismo del liberal

DANIEL MORCATE: Obama y el racismo del liberal 12/24/2014 2:00 PM 12/24/2014 8:44 PM De un solo plumazo el presidente Obama y sus asesores han retrotraído la política de EEUU hacia Latinoamérica a la primera mitad del siglo XX, cuando Franklin Delano Roosevelt famosamente dijera del tirano nicaragüense Anastasio Somoza García: “Será un hp, pero […] Continue reading

Cuba Libre? – ISJ

Cuba Libre? Posted: 9 October 12 Dave Sewell Sam Farber, Cuba Since the Revolution of 1959: A Critical Assessment (Haymarket, 2011), $24 Discussions around Cuba have an unfortunate tendency to generate more heat than light, particularly on the left. Sam Farber’s new book, in the same spirit as Jeffery Webber’s recent works on Bolivia, provides […] Continue reading

Inequality still haunts Latin America

Posted on Thursday, 06.07.12 'SOCIAL INCLUSION' Inequality still haunts Latin America BY CHRISTOPHER SABATINI csabatini@as-coa.org To talk of Latin America as if it were a meaningful unit has always been forced, if not artificial. But now, as a recently released social inclusion index reveals, the region is becoming even more divided between countries — while […] Continue reading

Black activists launch rare attack on Cuba about racism

Black activists launch rare attack on Cuba about racism Onetime supporters of the Castro revolution now question the regime's civil and human rights record.By Richard Fausset January 3, 2010 Reporting from Atlanta – President Obama has loosened travel restrictions to Cuba. His critics accuse him of harboring socialist sentiments. And he is, of course, a […] Continue reading

Hollywood filmmakers blind to Che Guevara’s brutality

Hollywood filmmakers blind to Che Guevara's brutalityGuy Sorman | February 02, 2009Article from: The Australian HOLLYWOOD history is often nonsensical, but filmmakers usually have thesense not to whitewash killers and sadists. Steven Soderbergh's new filmabout Che Guevara, however, does that, and more. Che the revolutionary romantic, as depicted by Benicio del Toro inSoderbergh's film, never […] Continue reading

Castro’s long goodbye stirs mixed feelings in Cuba

Castro’s long goodbye stirs mixed feelings in CubaBy Marc LaceyThe New York Times In his day, Fidel Castro was Cuba’s talk show host as well as its president, with his frequent long speeches broadcast into homes on radio and television and serving as something akin to background music in Cubans’ lives. He did not need […] Continue reading