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An Immense Unconnected Group of Islands

By Fernando Buen Abad on September 11, 2020

We are an immense cluster of unconnected communication initiatives. So much damage has been done by individualism, sectarianism and isolationism… (more…)

Julian Assange’s Trial Begins as the U.S. Adds Charges

By Marcelo Justo, on September 6, 2020

In the midst of a political and legal offensive by the Trump Administration, the trial for the extradition to the United (more…)

The “Normal” We Live In

By Pasqualina Curcio on August 23, 2020

San Francisco, CA, Photo: Bill Hackwell

We have been invited, as humanity, to a “new normality”. The call is made to us by the United Nations System. (more…)

The Race for the Vaccine

By Pasqualina Curcio on August 10, 2020

It’s encouraging to know that more than 160 research projects are competing rapidly to find a vaccine against (more…)

Fidel and Peace

By Katiuska Blanco on August 10, 2020

Photo: Bill Hackwell

We run this article in honor of Fidel on what would have been his 94th birthday. Just how revolutionary, profound and (more…)

The Full Life of a Historian for Posterity

By Madeleine Sautié on August 1, 2020

Photo: Ismael Francisco

Someday it had to be. We knew it and we also knew that you knew it, because you spoke of the sunset, the most (more…)

Eight Cuban Scientists Chosen as Advisors for the World Struggle against COVID-19

July 20, 2020

The Academy of Sciences of Cuba (ACC) is a member of the Inter-Academy Panel (IAP). In 2000, the IAP (more…)

Covered in Mud, but Daring to Point at Venezuela

By Elson Concepción Pérez on July 12, 2020

Naturally, the news came from Miami. It couldn’t be from anywhere else. The scam: Several former Latin American (more…)

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