The Wasp Network Stings in Miami

By Rosa Miriam Elizalde on July 9, 2020

Since Netflix decided to release The Wasp Network on June 19 to reach the captive audience of the Covid-19, the (more…)

Cuban Spies Disguised as Doctors

By Roger Stoll on July 2, 2020

The European Union now excludes travelers from the COVID-ridden U.S. but welcomes those from the virtually (more…)

The European Union Humiliates Trump

By Rosa Miriam Elizalde on June 25, 2020

“How can we keep Donald Trump talking about immigration?” Sam Nunberg asked Roger Stone in 2016 when both were Republican campaign advisers. “Let’s get him to talk about how he’s going to build a wall,” they decided. (more…)

About to Sing Victory

By Rosa Miriam Elizalde on June 11, 2020

Photo: Kalia Venereo, Dominio

I am writing these lines from one of the isolation centers for those who have been in contact with Covid-19 cases that do not present symptoms of the disease. The rapid test is negative, (more…)

The Plague Here and There

By Rosa Miriam Elizalde on May 28, 2020

The state of Pennsylvania has a population similar to that of Cuba, but has 35 times more confirmed cases of coronavirus and 63 times more lethal victims. (more…)

Connecting the Dots on the Assault of the Cuban Embassy

By Rosa Miriam Elizalde on May 14, 2020

Goya’s Disasters of War

A few hours before the attack on the Cuban Embassy in Washington, a woman wearing a red raincoat, dark glasses, mask and hood, was photographing the facade of the 16th (more…)

The Virus of the Lie

By Rosa Miriam Elizalde on April 16, 2020

“If we saw this pandemic as a conflict, then we could talk about two fronts,” Carl Miller, research director of the UK-based Demos Group’s Centre for Social Network Analysis, told Al Jazeera. (more…)

Cuba Saves

By Rosa Miriam Elizalde on March 19, 2020

Passengers of MS Braemar express their gratitude to Cuba. Photo: Ricardo López Hevia

The cruise ship MS Braemar, with five confirmed cases of Covid-19 and a thousand people on board, docked shortly before dawn this Wednesday in the Port of Mariel, 40 kilometers from Havana. (more…)

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