Archivo de Columns

Archivo Columns

Pepe’s Ashes

His knees hurt very much; they were like two old rusty hinges. He could hardly see. His tears became condensed and stuck to his pupils, forming a cloud that caused him to only see black and white, sometimes only black. … Continued

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Photo: Raquel Pérez Díaz

Cuba and the Prophets of Fear

Relations between Cuba and the United States are entering a new and more complex stage. It began with current peace negotiations, which still haven’t managed to secure a complete ceasefire. Havana continues to publicly condemn the “Empire” and Washington is … Continued

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Photo: Roberto Ruiz

A Cuba that I want

A very young Cuban artist approached me recently to say hi, and he used the opportunity to make a comment that surprised and pleased me. Not all young people have succumbed to being seduced by the “privileges” of capitalism; most … Continued

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Photo: Raquel Pérez Díaz

Balancing Commerce to Ensure Freedom

The rapprochement between Washington and Havana is starting to have repercussions around the world, even though the US economic embargo is still effective and only the first steps towards the re-establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries have been … Continued

Por en Columns, Letters from Cuba

The order of the Ministry of Health for relatives back is given verbally without showing a written resolution.

“No One is Above the Law”

For decades, differences in the standard of living of Cubans were determined, not by people’s incomes, but by the privileges enjoyed by certain sectors – owing to their involvement in the revolutionary struggle or the positions they held. Under Cuba’s … Continued

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Photo: Raquel Pérez Díaz

The Sea Between Cuba and the USA: Bridge or Barrier?

The establishment of maritime routes between the United States and Cuba seems feasible today: it has been approved by the two governments and it is the express interest of several shipping companies. If such plans came to fruition, travel and … Continued

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The Americans Are Coming!

“Hotel Pernik, Holguin. How can we help you?” “I need to book three rooms.” “Look, sir, we’ve been instructed not to make any more bookings at the front desk. You have to do it through an agency.” “Havanatur, good morning.” … Continued

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Photo: Raquel Pérez

The forbidden culture

Some years ago, the International Press Center Director “reprimanded” me because, in a news report, I had revealed that the baseball documentary Fuera de liga (“Out of Our League”) had been censored on orders from the Ideological Department of the … Continued

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17D

It was 6:58 a.m. when the phone rang. I was meditating and I jumped. I never put the phone on mute, in case of a family emergency. Startled, I answered without looking at the caller ID. A familiar voice, somewhat … Continued

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Las relaciones entre Cuba y los Estados Unidos han vivido hitos significativos en los últimos tres años.

Cuba-USA Try to Skirt Dead Ends

Che Guevara was the first to approach the United States to propose an improvement in bilateral relations, in Uruguay, 1961, according to the latest book by Esteban Morales and Elier Remirez “Cuba – US Relations: From Confrontation to Normalization Attempts”. … Continued

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