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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…)

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…)

Eyewitness Beirut: “The Explosion Was an Accident Caused by Negligent Governments”

By Carlos Aznárez on August 5, 2020.

After the first news and the stupor generated by the violent explosions in the port of Lebanon, all kinds of rumors (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…)

Growing Interest in Cuba’s Medical Cooperation

By Orlando Oramas Leon on June 29, 2020

Photo: Juvenal Balan

While the United States tries to disqualify Cuba’s international medical cooperation, the list of brigades sent by (more…)

Campaign to Award Nobel Peace Prize to Cuban Doctors to be Launched in the US

 June 15, 2020 

Photo: Bill Hackwell

The US campaign to award the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize to the Henry Reeve International Medical Brigade will be launched on June 16th, 2020. The campaign has been (more…)

Why Iran’s Fuel Tankers for Venezuela Are Sending Shudders through Washington

By Vijay Prashad on May 27, 2020

The Fortune, with Venezuelan Navy escort. Photo: Nicolas Maduro

The first oil tanker that came from Iran’s Bandar Abbas port into the Caribbean is called Fortune. The tanker entered Venezuelan waters on May 24 and was then escorted by the (more…)

Venezuela Unblockaded

By Atilio A. Boron on  May 25, 2020

First of the Iranian oil tankers arrives in Venezuela

The arrival of the Iranian tanker Fortune to the great refinery of El Palito in Venezuela has a meaning far, far greater than the quantity of gasoline and other crucial supplies transported in (more…)

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