The U.S. blockade of Cuba fuels the fire that rages on in the country, despite denials by authorities in the United States.
Manolo De Los Santos
There is a streak of vindictiveness that runs through U.S. policies against Cuba, an island that proved during the pandemic that its revolutionary health process cares for people.
To move from 59 infant deaths out of every 1,000 live births to no infant deaths in the matter of a few decades is an extraordinary feat.
In Cuba, “nonalignment” has never meant being neutral, and has always meant being opposed to attempts to divide humanity.
The People’s Summit for Democracy Offers a Progressive Vision to Counter U.S. Dominance in the Region
Biden’s insistence on continuing the U.S. policy of exclusion and aggression against Latin America has made his summit a failure before it has even begun.
With myriad economic problems that Cuba faces, Díaz-Canel, in line with his predecessors Fidel and Raúl Castro, has renewed the principle of self-reliance. The vaccines are the biggest testimonies.
The latest in the determined campaign to overthrow the Cuban revolution will likely be on November 15, as U.S.-funded groups and U.S. officials have taken to social media to build hype around alleged “civil liberties” protests.
Manolo De Los Santos and Vijay Prashad on the failed attempt by the Biden administration to push for regime change in Cuba as the US-blockade worsens socioeconomic conditions on the island
If You Grew Up With the U.S. Blockade as a Cuban, You Might Understand the Recent Protests Differently
The six-decade U.S. blockade of Cuba was made worse under the administration of Donald Trump. Joe Biden can lift these measures and immediately improve the lives of the 11 million living in Cuba.
The United States Tries to Take Advantage of the Price Cubans Are Paying for the Blockade and the Pandemic
Cuban government officials and activists have reiterated their demand for an end to the blockade imposed by the US which over six decades has cost Cuba $147.8 billion in damages.
Despite an unrelenting, suffocating blockade on Venezuela, the country has continued to promote social policies to safeguard the population.