New foundation, old Ideas

New foundation, old Ideas

A group of Cuban exiles in Miami recently announced the creation of a new foundation, the Inspire America Foundation. It’s a new organization with really old ideas. “We are categorically opposed to negotiations,” says foundation president Marcell Felipe.


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Nothing trumps sovereignty

Nothing trumps sovereignty

The U.S. owes the government of China about $1.2 trillion. What would happen if China came to us and said, we’d be happy to cancel the debts you owe us, but you’d have to adopt China’s communist system as your own?


Sony and the music business in Cuba

Sony and the music business in Cuba

The expansion in cultural exchanges between Cuba and the United States attracted the multinational Sony Music Entertainment who signed contracts with the Recordings and Musical Editions Enterprise (EGREM) for the international distribution of Cuban music.


No more drama. Action.

No more drama. Action.

Cuba’s economic trajectory is one that registers an incapacity to generate enough hard currency to cover the nation’s requirements for economic and social development. While hardly exclusive, specific factors converge here that determine its recurrence, extent and possible solutions.


Shameless in Miami

Shameless in Miami

In his brief visit to Miami last week, Donald Trump pulled out of the bag of made-for-Miami Republican card tricks the most worn-out one. The Cuba card. He promised to take us back to the George W. Bush era.


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New foundation, old Ideas

New foundation, old Ideas

A group of Cuban exiles in Miami recently announced the creation of a new foundation, the Inspire America Foundation. It’s a new organization with really old ideas. “We are categorically opposed to negotiations,” says foundation president Marcell Felipe.


Cuba’s Confucius Institute thrives in teaching locals Chinese

Cuba’s Confucius Institute thrives in teaching locals Chinese

Havana’s Confucius Institute, the only certified institution in the island country that teaches the Chinese language and culture, saw an “enrollment explosion” this academic year.


Miami’s José Fernández dies in boating accident

Miami’s José Fernández dies in boating accident

Jose Fernandez, the Miami Marlins star pitcher, died in a boating accident that occurred very early Sunday morning. Fernandez made you like watching him play baseball. In a sport that has become boring to many, he was the exception. He was fun to watch. May he rest in peace.


Nothing trumps sovereignty

Nothing trumps sovereignty

The U.S. owes the government of China about $1.2 trillion. What would happen if China came to us and said, we’d be happy to cancel the debts you owe us, but you’d have to adopt China’s communist system as your own?


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The left underestimates the danger of Trump

The left underestimates the danger of Trump

This election is a choice between two movements. Would you like to see left social forces continue to grow and develop? Or do you want to see Neo-Nazis, the Klan, the Alt-Right on the offense and backed by a Trump administration?


Japan then China take a trip to Cuba

Japan then China take a trip to Cuba

The prime minister of Japan is visiting Cuba and China will follow that up in the next few days to talk about trade and investment. The two countries hope to gain a foothold in a market that is still off-limits to U.S. companies.


Sony and the music business in Cuba

Sony and the music business in Cuba

The expansion in cultural exchanges between Cuba and the United States attracted the multinational Sony Music Entertainment who signed contracts with the Recordings and Musical Editions Enterprise (EGREM) for the international distribution of Cuban music.


176 reasons why Donald Trump shouldn’t be president

176 reasons why Donald Trump shouldn’t be president

Keith Olbermann tells it like it is. If you did not know Trump before this, you’ll soon find out. He gives us the reasons (the facts) why we should NOT vote for Donald Trump in November.


Finnish paper defies blackout, gives details of rape by Cubans (Update)

Finnish paper defies blackout, gives details of rape by Cubans (Update)

The Finnish newspaper Aamulehti has chosen to challenge a court-imposed blackout on details about the rape of a Finnish woman by Cuban volleyball players and has published an account of the events of July 2-3 in the city of Tampere.


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