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Cuba-U.S.

Long before Obama, bridges to Cuba were being built

Long before Obama, bridges to Cuba were being built

Bridge builders to Cuba have been around since the 1960s. There are differences between these early engineers of peaceful dialogue and those that are being heralded today. Surely, though, both have played an important role in the advances made in the relationship between Cuba and the U.S.

Editorial: Dialogue without pressures

Editorial: Dialogue without pressures

We wish that the dialogue between the United States and Cuba may continue until relations are fully normalized. But if the temptation might arise to reverse or freeze the achievements of both parties in the latest negotiations, and if economic pressures are enforced with bolder and more dangerous steps, the U.S. should know that Cuba will go ahead with its changes and rely on the “shame” of its people.

The day of ‘the call’

The day of ‘the call’

The prices of telephony between the two countries render unaffordable a communication that resembles the spontaneous course of love. Circumstances impose that you seek other ways, turn your love inward, conform.

Long and contentious history stands in the way of normalization

Long and contentious history stands in the way of normalization

Until the divergent perspectives between the U.S. and Cuba are placed in their proper historical context, negotiations for the future of normalization will remain elusive, complicated and needlessly problematic.

‘Cuba-U.S.: A historic thaw’

‘Cuba-U.S.: A historic thaw’

Editorial published Saturday (Aug. 15) in the Mexican newspaper La Jornada, as translated by Progreso Weekly.

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