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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…)

It’s time for Canada to Strengthen Our Ties with Cuba

By John Kirk and Stephen Kimber on February 25, 2021

Photo: Bill Hackwell

Canada has a new Foreign Affairs Minister. The United States has a new government. It’s time for us to press reset on our foreign policy. Where better (more…)

Ecuador: From Horror to Electoral Debate

By Marco Teruggi on February 28, 2021

Relatives of inmates awaiting news at Ecuador prison. Photo: EPA/EFE

Ecuador went from electoral debate to counting deaths and grief. It happened on Tuesday night with aftershocks until Friday: several riots in four of the country’s prisons left 78 (more…)

The End of the Narco-Dictatorship in Honduras?

By Gilberto Ríos Munguía on February 25, 2021

Photo: Heather Gies

The “honorable mentions” produced by the investigations conducted by the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, which named Honduran President de facto Juan O. Hernandez (more…)

Network in Defense of Humanity Letter to President Nicolás Maduro, Honoring your Dignity and the Heroism of all the Venezuelan People

February 27, 2021

“In Europe everything is done for tyranny, here it is for liberty; which certainly makes us enormously superior; they support thrones, kings; (more…)

A Very Bitter Enemy of Biden

By Angel Guerra Cabrera, February 24, 2021

Photo Illustration: POGO

Robert Bob Menendez is a prominent Cuban-American senator for the Democratic Party but his loyalties lie with Donald Trump rather than President Joe Biden. In New Jersey, the state he (more…)

Maduro to the European Union: “Correct this, or We Cannot Have Dialogue of Any Kind”

February 24, 2021

Photo: Sputnik news

On Wednesday, the President of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, said that his government would have preferred not to expel Isabel Brilhante Pedrosa, the (more…)

Two Victories in Cuba Shape the World Today

By Cheryl LaBash on February 24, 2021

Staff at the Immunoassay Center’s Biosensors plant. Photo: Irene Pérez/ Cubadebate

The Cuban Revolution was just two years old in 1961. Two victories won in that year, 60 years ago, laid crucial foundations for today’s resilient, (more…)

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