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China And Cuba – Skip the Ideology, Let’s Talk About Money

China And Cuba: Skip the Ideology, Let’s Talk About Money By Patricia Rey Mallén on April 24 2014 3:28 PM MEXICO CITY — China’s foreign minister arrived in Cuba on April 22, on an official visit to an island where Beijing is increasing its investment, including in oil exploration. China has been a constant asset […] Continue reading

Neither Blacks Nor Whites, Just Cubans

Neither Blacks Nor Whites, Just Cubans / Fernando Damaso Posted on April 18, 2014 Neither black nor white, Cuba is mixed, some of the country’s investigators and intellectuals have asserted for some time now. The declaration seems to respond to an eminently political intention: incorporation into the current Latin American mixed ethnicity, so fashionable among […] Continue reading

Neither Blacks Nor Whites, Cubans

Neither Blacks Nor Whites, Cubans / Fernando Damaso Posted on April 16, 2014 Neither black nor white, Cuba is mixed, some of the country’s investigators and intellectuals have asserted for some time now. The declaration seems to respond to an eminently political intention: incorporation into the current Latin American mixed ethnicity, so fashionable among our […] Continue reading

No Law, No Resolution, No Racism in Cuba

No Law, No Resolution, No Racism in CubaJanuary 4, 2012Maria Matienzo Puerto HAVANA TIMES, Jan 4 — I have a picture of my niece on the desktop of my computer. She's only a year old and a mulata, like me. What it means to be black in Cuba is summarized by her mother, a light-brown-skinned […] Continue reading

The Race Problem in Today’s Cuba

The Race Problem in Today's CubaNovember 24, 2009Pedro Campos HAVANA TIMES, Nov. 23 – I've had the opportunity to participate in several forums dealing with the problem of racism in Cuba. The most recent one was on November 18 at the Sacred Trinidad Episcopal Cathedral at the invitation of the Oscar A. Romaro Reflection and […] Continue reading

US fugitives unsure Cuba thaw is good news

Posted on Saturday, 01.17.09US fugitives unsure Cuba thaw is good newsBy WILL WEISSERTAssociated Press Writer HAVANA — William Potts calls himself the "Homesick Hijacker." U.S. authorities have another name for him: fugitive harbored by an enemy government – one of dozens of Americans hiding in communist Cuba. Almost 25 years ago, he smuggled a pistol […] Continue reading