Bolivia’s Coup-Plotting President Jeanine Añez to Face Justice

By Alejandra Garcia on March 18, 2021

Jeanine Añez became the leader of Bolivia’s coup-born regime in the blink of an eye on November 12, 2019. She (more…)

Ana Belén

By Rosa Miriam Elizalde on March 4, 2021

She can’t receive visitors, except from a brother. She is not allowed to talk on the phone, receive newspapers, magazines or watch television. No one is allowed to inquire about her health or why she is in (more…)

A Well-deserved Honor for a Cuban “Red Rose”

By Rubén G. Abelenda on February 27, 2021

Photo: Ismael Francisco

It was José Martí who said that “Honor for those who deserve honor”, but the Apostle could never have imagined that the highest distinction awarded to (more…)

The Unbearable Levity of Digital Monopolies

By Rosa Miriam Elizalde on February 17, 2021

The closure of Trump’s accounts comes too late and does not have the smell of carnations, but of another discretionary (more…)

Will Washington Topple the Chessboard?

By Rosa Miriam Elizalde on February 4, 2021

The winds of change are blowing in Washington. New Secretary of State Anthony Blinken offered a fleeting (more…)

The US Is Trying to Provoke a Soft Coup in Cuba

By Rosa Miriam Elizalde on January 24, 2021

Cuban President Miguel Diaz Canel attends rally of youth condemning soft coup attempt. Photo: Alejandro Azcuy

We are in the era of soft coups. Old-fashioned coups d’état and invasions get terrible press. The images of U.S. troops invading the (more…)

The Joker’s Legacy

By Rosa Miriam Elizalde on January 21, 2021

In his final hours in the White House, Donald Trump released his administration’s “Accomplishments”, a (more…)

The Hollow Man

By Rosa Miriam Elizalde on December 24, 2020

Artist: Joseph Qiu

The most recent episode of Trump vs Cuba is almost funny.  After more than 140 sanctions imposed since (more…)

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