Long Live the Friendship Between Africa and Cuba!

On this new celebration of Africa Day we renew our friendship and fraternity with the sister continent Message of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the occasion of Africa Day This year we commemorate Africa Day in Cuba under exceptional conditions due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This, however, will not prevent that such a relevant…

21st Century Imperial Terrorism: Focus on Cuba Part II

Stella Calloni The terrorism of the United States against Cuba, existed under the government of the dictator Fulgencio Batista, who subdued the Cuban people by means of terror and was supported by Washington and its mafias, which ended with the triumph of the Cuban Revolution at the beginning of 1959 and the escape of the…

21st Century Imperial Terrorism: Focus on Cuba Part I

Stella Calloni In the early morning of April 30, the inhabitants of the Adams Morgan neighborhood, where diplomatic offices of different countries are located in Washington, awoke to a barrage of gunfire that struck the Cuban Embassy building located at 2630 16th Street Northwest, in a terrorist attack despite the surveillance that surrounds the place….

Cuba: End of Sanctions is More Important Than Nobel Peace Prize for its Doctors

Ramona Wadi In recognition for the Cuban doctors’ efforts to aid nations across the world to cope with the coronavirus pandemic, there have been recommendations for the Henry Reeves Medical Brigade to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. The brigade was founded by the Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro after the U.S. rejected Cuba’s offer…

Sexual Rights and Emancipation in Cuba

Mariela Castro Espín The 1959 revolution represented Cuba’s achievement of national sovereignty; the launching of a project of social justice and equity; and the beginning of transformations in the nation and its culture, the most profound and radical in their history. An event of such magnitude could not but completely change policies regarding gender and…

Cuban President Regrets USA Does Not Cooperate in Fighting Terrorism

Havana, May 15 – The President of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, stated that the United States does not cooperate in the fight against terrorism, and is in complicity with those actions against Cuba. ‘Cuba is still waiting for the results of the investigation and measures against the terrorist who attacked (the Cuban embassy) in Washington,’ the…

Connecting the Dots on the Assault of the Cuban Embassy

Rosa Miriam Elizalde 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 Street mansion in the Adams-Morgan neighborhood. The security cameras recorded her in broad daylight and, despite her disguise,…

The Secret Files: A New Military Espionage Plot Revealed in Colombia

Misión Verdad Lawyers in Colombia demand disciplinary and judicial sanctions against Colombian army officers. Image: EntreOpinión It is not the first time that a scandalous and illegal spying by the Colombian authorities on part of the population has been exposed. In 2014, Semana magazine published an investigation into the espionage operations carried out by U.S….

Rereading the Concept of Revolution Today

Abel Prieto Fidel did not leave us a catechism or a collection of slogans; he leaves a masterly synthesis of his thought on what the Revolution is, what it should always be, what principles it cannot abandon. He describes it in all its dimensions; in all its redemptive, historical and moral greatness. And he speaks…